In July, the Ukrainian airline SkyUp Airlines resumed 50% of its operating activities.
“For the first month of operation after the lifting of the bans on passenger air transportation within the country and abroad, SkyUp resumed 50% of its operational activities,” the statement reads.
The airline has made 704 domestic and international flights, of which 438 are charter flights and 266 regular.
“We carried 25,433 passengers within Ukraine and another 70,974 passengers on international flights. Out of two current international regular routes – Albania and Bulgaria – our passengers prefer Albania the most,” SkyUp reports.
They also pay attention that most of the passengers were transported to Turkey by charter flights, and Sharm el-Sheikh was the most popular destination in Egypt.
In addition, in July, SkyUp continued to carry out cargo transportation: in particular, 23 tons of cargo were transported by cargo and passenger flights.