The fleet of the Ukrainian airline, SkyUp, has added a fourth aircraft to its fleet. The Boeing 737-800 landed at the Kyiv airport late on November 28, the CFTS portal reports, citing information from the airline.

The aircraft was manufactured in 2013 and previously operated by Malaysia Airlines. The airliner flew to Kyiv from the Marana/Pinal Airpark Airport (Arizona, United States).

According to the airline, the aircraft has already passed all the necessary checks and it was scheduled to perform its first flight for SkyUp (to Egypt) on November 29.

SkyUp Airlines now has a fleet of three Boeing 737-800 NG medium-haul aircraft (189 seats) and one Boeing 737-700 NG aircraft (149 seats).

The airline expects to take delivery of two more aircraft (a Boeing 737-800 NG and a Boeing 737-700 NG) by the end of December.

The airline recently announced the start of sale of tickets for regular domestic flights, which will be launched on June 2. These will be Kyiv-Odesa and Odesa-Kharkiv flights.