The Ukrainian low-cost airline SkyUp Airlines has started selling tickets for the first three winter destinations from Kharkiv International Airport. The airline resumes direct flights to Prague and Paris as well as to Dubai after a long break.
Flights to Prague will be launched on 1 October. There will be three flights a week with one-way ticket prices starting at UAH 1692 without luggage.
Flights to Paris will resume on 25 October. Planes will depart for the French capital every Thursday and Sunday. One-way ticket prices start at UAH 1912.
On 28 October, flights to Dubai will resume after a long break. They will be operated twice a week—every Wednesday and every Saturday—and will cost from UAH 4206. Tickets can be bought at the airport’s website hrk.aero and the airline’s website skyup.aero as well as booked at the airport’s ticket offices at 0‒800‒303‒803.
All the flights will comply with the COVID-19 prevention standards. Before visiting the airport, please read the rules for safe and comfortable flights. In addition, we recommend that you check the relevant rules of your destination country before planning a trip. Most countries restrict entry for certain categories of citizens due to the coronavirus. Complete information can be provided by the countries’ embassies and consulates.
SkyUp Airlines is a Ukrainian airline founded in 2016. It started operating flights in May 2018. The airline’s fleet comprises 10 Boeing aircraft. Currently, SkyUp Airlines also operates seasonal flights from Kharkiv International Airport to Odesa, Sharm el-Sheikh, and Antalya. Other flights are expected to resume gradually after the quarantine break.