SkyUp Airlines

SkyUp Airlines

Ukrainian charter and low-cost airline

October 11

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Short overview

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SkyUp Airlines was founded in June 2017 and is based at Boryspil Airport. Flight program started in May 2018. Among the owners of the airline are Yuri Ivanovich Alba and Alexander Yuryevich Alba. They also own the Ukrainian tour operator Join UP!, which, according to the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade, has processed the largest number of tourists in 2018.

SkyUp fleet consists of 9 aircrafts

  • 6 Boeing 737-800
  • 2 aircraft Boeing 737-700
  • 1 aircraft Boeing 737-900 ER
  • By the end of 2019 the company plans to expand its fleet to 10 aircrafts.


SkyUp has about 50 routes: scheduled and charter

  • In September 2019, the percentage of scheduled flights was 55% of the total number of flights operated by the airline.
  • As of October 1, 2019, the airline carried 1,557,478 passengers since the start of the flight program.
  • SkyUp Airlines routes cover international and domestic Ukrainian destinations.
  • The airline is actively developing the airline community inside the Ukraine and have opened such flights as Kiev - Odessa, Kharkov - Odessa, Kiev - Zaporozhye, Kiev - Lviv, Kyiv - Kharkiv, Kharkiv - L'viv. 

Culled from passenger reviews, below are some pros and cons for flying SkyUp Airlines

The newest fleet among airlines in Ukraine
Friendly team and nice service
Rapidly developing route network
Simple and cheap rates
A wide range of additional services and transfer offers
Environment friendly Split Scimitar Winglet system that reduces carbon emissions
No online registration
Flight delays

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