SkyUp to launch Brač flights

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Ukrainian carrier SkyUp Airlines will introduce services from Kiev to Brač during the 2019 summer season. The airline will maintain two weekly flights between the two cities, each Saturday and Sunday, from June 1 until September. "We hope that sales will be satisfactory and we look forward to our first flights from Ukraine", Brač Airport said in a statement. SkyUp Airlines was launched last year as a charter carrier but plans to commence scheduled operations this summer. It boasts a fleet of three Boeing 737-800s and one B737-700, with orders for three B737 MAX 10 and two MAX 8 aircraft. The airline was recently issued permits to operate flights from Kiev, Lvov, Kharkov and Zaporizhia to Podgorica.

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  1. Bravo Hrvatska!

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  2. First time ever that BWK will receive something larger than 120 seats?

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    1. Other than a few exceptions from TUIfly last year, see below, it is as far as I know the first time a regular charter that is scheduled with aircrafts of the size of a A320/B737.
      Congrats to Peovic and Brac!

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  3. last year was 4 times tui with 737 max

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  4. Really happy for BWK and for the Croatian tourism and economy.
    Great!!

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  5. Sky Up sounds like Belly Up ...

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