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SkyUp Airlines is a privately owned Ukrainian airline established in June 2017. The ultimate beneficiaries are Tetyana, Yurii, and Oleksandr Alba. Operating flights since May 2018.
In 2018-2020, SkyUp Airlines completed 23,265 flights and carried 3,402,031 passengers. During 10 months 2021 number of operated flights were 26,895 and number of carried passengers was 2 619 000 with a perspective to carry up to 3 million in 2021 for whole 2021. (We wait 2021 figures update after 10 Jan).
According to the State Aviation Administration, the carrier is one of the five largest in Ukraine in terms of passenger traffic.
The air carrier operates according to the hybrid model performing charter flights and regular low-cost flights.
The network of routes goes through Europe, the Caucasus, the Middle East and Central Asia. Check the schedule here: Flight schedule, destinations, departure and arrival SkyUp Airlines
SkyUp Airlines has opened 2022 summer program with 107 routes to 30 countries from Kyiv, Zaporizhzhia, Lviv, Odesa and Kharkiv.
In March 2020, the company began to develop a cargo transportation business. Since April till the end of 2020, the company has transported 1,624 tons of cargo.
The fleet of the company contains 15 medium-range Boeing 737 aircrafts, the average age of which is 12 years. They are based at Terminal D of the Boryspil Airport, as well as at the airports of Kharkiv and Lviv. Company plans to have 22 Boeing 737 NG aircrafts in 2022.
SkyUp Airlines invests in the modernization of its fleet to improve the environmental friendliness, comfort, and safety of air travel. The airline was the first in Ukraine to begin equipping its aircrafts with Split Scimitar® winglets to save fuel and improve aerodynamics. Over the year, an aircraft with such winglets saves 225 thousand liters of fuel and reduces carbon dioxide emissions by 568 tons.
Also, thin and ergonomic seats are installed on boards of all airline’s aircrafts. They provide more free space between the rows so that passengers are more comfortable during the flight.
SkyUp Airlines became one of the most dynamic airlines in Europe according to The Anker Report. The low-cost airline took the seventh line in the list of European carriers in terms of route network growth rate, thanks to the launch of 93 new destinations in 2018-2019.