The company will be able to fly around the country and beyond.
The Ukrainian company acquired the rights to a number of regular domestic and Charter flights.
The state aviation service of Ukraine has satisfied all the requests submitted by the Ukrainian low-cost airline SkyUp to operate air lines.
This is stated in the message of the Ministry of transport following the meeting on 29 October 2018.
In particular, the first Ukrainian low-cost airline is now officially able to perform regular flights Kiev – Sofia Sogndal (Bulgaria) – Kiev with a frequency of 2 flights per week Kiev – Poprad (Slovakia) – Kiev three times a week and Kiev – Abu Dhabi (UAE) – Kiev 3 weekly flights.
SkyUp also received the right to operate air line Kiev – Kharkov – Kiev with the frequency of flights 3 times a week.
In addition, the Ukrainian airline has given the right to perform a number of Charter flights:
– in Sharm El-Sheikh (Egypt) from Kiev (50 flights a week), Odessa (10 flights a week), Zaporizhia, Kharkiv and Lviv (7 flights per week), Kherson, Chernovtsy, Nikolaev, Krivoy Rog, Vinnitsa, and Poltava (3 weekly flights).
– in Hurghada (Egypt) from Kiev (10 flights a week), Lviv (5 flights a week) and Kharkov (3 weekly flights).
– in Goa (India) from Kiev (3 weekly flights) and Zaporozhye (1 flight per week). – to Kitty (Finland) from Kiev (2 flights per week).
– in Colombo (Sri Lanka) from Kiev (3 weekly flights).
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