SkyUp Airlines

SkyUp Airlines is one of the leaders in the Ukrainian aviation industry. In 2021, the company carried 2.57 million people and performed the second largest amount of flights among Ukrainian airlines.
For this year, SkyUp has planned even more. However, the war and the ban on Ukrainian airspace have changed the situation.

Current activity

In the first months of the war, SkyUp focused on executing evacuation flights. For example, in March, 2,835 refugees went to Israel, due to the repatriation program, on 21 evacuation flights from Chisinau to Tel Aviv.

Meanwhile, some of SkyUp’s aircraft operate flights under wet-lease terms. More than 4,200 flights have been performed on behalf of its nine airline partners.

As a strategic partner of Join UP!™, SkyUp continues cooperation with all the companies working under the Join UP! brand in all countries of operation and carries out charter flights for their tourists.



SkyUp's fleet has 11 medium-haul Boeing-737 aircraft, the average age of which is 14 years.

The company's aircraft fleet consists of:

9 medium-haul Boeing 737-800 NG (189 seats)

2 medium-haul Boeing 737-700 NG (149 seats)



The vacation starts with the flight — let it be more comfortable and pleasant!
With SkyUp Airlines the tourists get:

  • More convenient and spacious luggage shelves
  • Multi-colored interior lighting to better endure long flights
  • Comfortable and ergonomic modern seats
  • Additional services such as seat selection, extra luggage, and animal transportation
  • A special Celebrate Your Flight concept of dining on board


Safety is a company’s top priority. In 2022 SkyUp has successfully undergone 22 SAFA inspections of its flights at various airports. Today, SkyUp’s rating of the SAFA indicator is 0.3, which means a high level of ensuring flight safety.

In June 2022, SkyUp also received the Swiss TCO, which proves its compliance with Swiss and EU aviation safety standards. SkyUP constantly works on developing its operational area: the carrier has an EASA TCO and the right to operate flights to the UK, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.

SAFA = 0,30

Safety Assessment of Foreign Aircraft



SkyUp invests in fleet modernization to reduce environmental emissions. The company equipped its wings with Split Scimitar winglets to save fuel and improve aerodynamics. An aircraft with such winglets helps save 225,000 liters of fuel and reduces carbon emissions by 568 tons in a year.



SkyUp offers quality service and a high level of service on board. Crews regularly undergo training and courses, constantly improving their qualifications. They have a high level of training and will provide excellent service, listening to the needs of the customer.

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