SkyUp Airlines Record Charter Operations in Summer 2023

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SkyUp Airlines has operated a record number of charter operations in the Summer 2023 season, with this being higher than last year.

The carrier has been very busy over this period, providing thousands of flights in different areas around the world.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

SkyUp Airlines Record Charter Operations in Summer 2023…

SkyUp Airlines Record Charter Operations in Summer 2023
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From April 1 to November 1 this year, SkyUp Airlines handled 6,904 flights and transported 1,047,555 passengers as a result of this.

This was across 43 different countries covering 440 different routes, with the top five countries for the carrier being:

  • Moldova — 1,420 flights
  • Turkey — 1,141 flights
  • Tunisia — 656 flights
  • Egypt — 538 flights
  • Germany — 454 flights

Such results are better than the same period last year where they operated in 34 countries, performed 5,412 flights and handled 827,482 passengers.

Dmytro Seroukhov, the CEO of SkyUp Airlines commented on these numbers:

“The airline shows positive dynamics and increases the number of flights under ACMI contracts. We are grateful to our partners for their cooperation and continue to develop this business direction.”

“At the same time, our strategic plans are not limited to Europe only: SkyUp Airlines received FAR129 and FAOC foreign air carrier certificates in the USA and Canada, respectively.”

“This allows the Ukrainian airline to scale up its activities in North America, namely, to provide ACMI services and perform charter flights”.

All eyes will be on the carrier to see how the next Summer season performs for them, as well as what other contracts may be in store for them.

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