Eurocontrol has finally approved the integration of Ukraine into the Joint Routing Charge System.
The airline will add new flights and offer convenient connecting flights to its passengers after Ukraine’s entry restrictions on foreigners are lifted on October 1.
The EASA’s decision does not apply to the airspace above the Crimean territory in the Black Sea.
Pre-sale of tickets for the flights began on February 13.
Flight dynamics began recovering in 2017.
However, the airline company will fly to Toronto, Brussels, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Krakow, Madrid, London, and Vilnius more frequently.
In particular, the airline is closing its shortest flight, the Kyiv-Vinnytsia flight.
The frequency of its flights will depend on passenger traffic.
The FANair airline is no longer in the state register of aircraft.
Stefan Kreuzpaintner and Rene Koinzack, top managers of Lufthansa Group, in an interview with CFTS talking about airlines success on global and Ukrainian markets, competition with low-cost carriers and plans for Ukraine.
The regional council should determine the fate of this facility in the near future.
SkyUp is preparing to announce new routes to Europe.
The airline will add three additional flights to the schedule on September 25
The most punctual carrier in July was Windrose Airlines
The flights will be operated three times a week
The first flight was performed to Egypt.
SkyUp will initially operate international charter flights
Flights between Kharkiv and Barcelona will be performed on Saturdays
Flights from Zurich to Kyiv and back will be performed four times per week.
SkyUp Airlines is the first airline to place an order for Boeing 737 MAX 10 aircraft not only in Ukraine