The airline performed several charter flights in support of Ukraine.
The airline has already branded one of its aircraft with the platform's logo and the corresponding QR code.
The new airline company will have its own air operator's certificate and it will not be a "representative office" of SkyUp.
The Ukrainian airline company’s airliners have flown on over 200 routes on behalf of other European airlines.
The Ukrainian carrier also boasted of a high rating from flight safety inspectors.
The company will operate flights with its own air carrier.
The plane performed four flights on the first day of the lease and eight were planned for the second day.
The maintenance station in Antalya is currently servicing three SkyUp aircraft.
The aircraft, manufactured in 2011, will temporarily fly around Europe outside of Ukraine.
The new airline will initially perform flights from the Baltic States, Moldova, Romania, Poland, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia, and SkyUp is not ruling out flights from Germany and Austria.
The Ukrainian airline’s aircraft was wet-leased to the Hungarian low-cost carrier.
SkyUp will operate flights to the Saudi Arabian cities of Dammam, Jeddah, and Riyadh.
The airline also set a record for the largest daily number of flights in its three years of operation in May.
Kyiv-Lviv flights will be operated on Thursdays and Sundays until October 26, after which the number of flights will increase to four per week.
The aircraft has already landed in Ukraine.
The airline has obtained the relevant permission from the State Aviation Administration.
The airline performed more than 5,200 flights from May 2018 to May 2019.
The aircraft arrived at the Zhulyany airport on November 29.
The Boeing 737-800, which was manufactured in 2013, was issued a Ukrainian tail number on November 22.
The flights will begin in June 2019.