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SkyUp Airlines offers three new routes from Ukraine to Croatia
Written by Jan Kotek.
Ukrainian air carrier SkyUp Airlines (PQ/SQP) offers in its booking system three new routes from Ukraine to Croatia. Dubrovnik, Pula and Split are offered from Kiev (Boryspil Airport) from June 19th. Kiev - Dubrovnik route is offered once a week, on Fridays. Two other routes are offered with two flights a week, to Pula on Thursdays ans Sundays, while Split is offered on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Dubrovnik is announced with Boeing 737-800 while Pula and Split are announced with a smaller Boeing 737-700 (in the picture).
SkyUp is a young Ukrainian air carrier which started with flight operations in 2018. Currently they have 2 Boeing B737-700s, 6 B737-800s and 3 B737-900ERs in the fleet. They also have new Boeing 737MAX8s and 737MAX10s in orders. In summer 2019, SkyUp operated only one route to Croatia, Kiev to Pula with only one flight a week. They have also visited Zagreb on sports team charter flights. Last year SkyUp didn't operate any regular flights to Croatia.