SkyUp expands fleet to 13 aircraft
A new SkyUp Airlines aircraft arrived at Boryspil International Airport on August 2, according to the airline's press service.
The medium-haul Boeing 737-800NG for 189 passengers became the 13th in the airline's fleet and the seventh of this model range.
The aircraft, released in 2012, has passed a full technical check. In addition, it is equipped with Blended Winglets to save fuel and improve wing aerodynamics.
The Boeing 737-800NG will operate both international and domestic flights. SkyUp Airlines flight program has grown to more than 60 destinations and continues developing along with the opening of borders. SkyUp flies to Albania, Bulgaria, Armenia, Greece, Georgia, France, Saudi Arabia, Montenegro, Croatia, UAE, Turkey, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Madeira, and Cyprus.
The new aircraft will supplement SkyUp Airlines fleet, which now consists of two Boeing 737-700 NGs with 149 seats, seven Boeing 737-800 NGs with 189 seats, and four Boeing 737-900 ER with 215 seats.
By the end of summer, SkyUp expects one more plane to arrive.
SkyUp Airlines is a Ukrainian airline operating charter and regular flights on a low-cost model. It was created in June 2017. The first flight was performed on May 21, 2018.