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SkyUp expands fleet with another Boeing 737-900ER
SkyUp, Kyiv, Ukraine,
July 01, Tue, 2021
This aircraft became the 12th in the airline's fleet.
On 18 June, a new SkyUp Airlines medium-haul Boeing 737-900ER with a passenger capacity of 215 seats arrived at Boryspil. This is the fourth aircraft of this model in the carrier's fleet.
Released in 2008, the aircraft arrived in Ukraine in SkyUp branded livery. The board is already equipped with new thin seats by British Acro, which provide more space between the rows so that passengers can feel more comfortable during flight and with Split Scimitar® winglets to save fuel and improve aerodynamics.
The aircraft received the state registration number UR-SQL.
It will operate all flights in the airline's schedule. Over 3 years of activity, SkyUp flight map has grown to about 60 domestic and international destinations. Now and in the near future, following the current restrictions, you can fly with us to Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Montenegro, Croatia, UAE, Georgia, Turkey, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Cyprus.
SkyUp Airlines fleet consists of 12 medium-haul aircraft including the newly arrived:
- two Boeing 737-700 NG with 149 seats
- six Boeing 737-800 NG with 189 seats
- four Boeing 737-900 ER with 215 seats
Until the end of the summer, we plan to replenish the fleet with one more aircraft.