ACMI operator Fly2Sky Airlines has announced a new contract with SkyUp Airlines Malta.
The new agreement sees Fly2Sky secures an ACMI (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance, and Insurance) contract for two Airbus A320 aircraft.
ACMI Contract for Airbus A320
Central to this partnership is the ACMI (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance, and Insurance) contract secured by Fly2Sky for two Airbus A320 aircraft, registered LZ-MDI and LZ-FSD.
Commencing on April 5th and extending until November 5th, 2024, these Airbus A320 aircraft will operate from Egypt.
This strategic positioning serves as a key leverage point, enabling Fly2Sky to seamlessly connect passengers from the Egyptian market to diverse destinations across the European Union and Northern African regions.
Reaching Key Markets
Aleksandrs Gusevs, Chief Commercial Officer at Fly2Sky Airlines, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership, stating:
“We are delighted to announce this collaboration with SkyUp Airlines Malta, as it enables us to enhance our operational capabilities and further extend our reach across key markets.”
The Airbus A320 aircraft, LZ-MDI and LZ-FSD, boast state-of-the-art amenities and refurbished interior seating.
Connecting European Union and Northern Africa
The strategic positioning of the Airbus A320 aircraft in Egypt facilitates a network that spans continents.
Passengers can now seamlessly fly from Egypt to various destinations within the European Union and Northern African regions, opening up a world of possibilities for travel enthusiasts.
Addressing the Air Travel Boom
As the demand for air travel continues to surge, Fly2Sky’s partnership with SkyUp Airlines Malta positions them strategically to meet market demands.
This collaboration aligns with the evolving landscape of air travel and sets a precedent for adaptability in the industry.
About SkyUp Airlines Malta
SkyUp Airlines Malta, or SkyUp MT, is a relatively new operation established by Ukrainian low-cost airline SkyUp Airlines.
It was established as a separate entity based in Malta to navigate around airspace restrictions following the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
It was primarily intended for wet-lease flights (ACMI operations), particularly out of Egypt.
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