SkyUp to launch Podgorica flights


Ukrainian low cost carrier SkyUp Airlines will commence flights between Kiev and Podgorica this coming summer season. The commission of the State Aviation Administration of Ukraine has approved SkyUp’s application for up to three weekly flights to the Montenegrin capital for an unlimited period starting March 28. The carrier is yet to schedule the service. It comes just a month after Ukrainian airline Windrose inaugurated operations between Kiev and Podgorica. SkyUp Airlines has eleven aircraft in its fleet, comprised of Boeing 737-700, 737-800 and 737-900 jets. As previously reported, the airline will also launch flights between Kiev and Belgrade starting March 30.


  1. Anonymous11:05

    These guys are just copying Windrose

    1. Anonymous11:51

      They are expanding like crazy and currently have a fleet of 11 aircraft and 1 future order. They also have a 215 seater!


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