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Hot December: more destinations, new rules on board and SmartTicket

18/ 01/ 2021
  In December, we announced as many as six new routes, of which three have already started operating flights, and launched ticket sales through Smart Ticket. We also remember about safety during travel, so we’ve made a reminder about the rules of conduct on board. But first, we traditionally share the main indicators. Highlights in figures According to our internal statistics**, in December we completed 71.3% of flights on time. In total, we operated 390 international flights: charter —  292, regular — 98. We carried 58,849 passengers, of which 48,200 on charter flights, and 10,649 on regular flights. Also we have transported 23 tons of cargo on passenger flights and operated seven cargo flights, on which we carried additional 128.9 tons of cargo. Even more destinations in Germany In November, we already shared the new route Kyiv — Berlin. And in December, three completely new routes were announced: Kyiv — Hamburg, Kyiv — Dusseldorf, and Kyiv — Stuttgart. After the opening of the borders, traveling in Germany with SkyUp will be easy and convenient — start your acquaintance with the country from Berlin, and return home from Stuttgart. Bulgaria and Turkey for winter holidays For those who prefer ski vacations, in December we resumed Kyiv — Sofia flights. We also made Istanbul, popular among our fellow citizens, even more accessible — from December you can fly there with us from Odesa and Lviv on CityBreak or for no special reason. For the convenience of passengers on flights from regions, we’ve increased the baggage allowance to 32 kg instead of the usual 23 kg. In addition, in December and January we operate a number of non-scheduled flights** to Georgia, Uzbekistan, and the Czech Republic, Italy, France. Updated rules of conduct on board Taking care of health is as much a part of the safety of passengers during the flight as a fastened seat belt or disciplined behavior. New realities are changing our lives and our travels accordingly. In December, we tightened up on-board safety rules and on-board monitoring by crew members. In particular, the update concerns the requirement to wear a protective mask during the entire flight. For more information on what is allowed and not allowed to do on board, see the news. Joined the SmartTicket service In December, after the end of the testing period, the sale of SkyUp tickets through the SmartTicket service started. So far we are the only airline with which you can plan your trip using an e-ticket. Details about the possibilities and advantages of the service are in the news. *Ticket price is as of the date of publication **The method used to calculate statistics is as follows: we consider flights from and to airports of Ukraine. From all these flights, we calculate those that were late by more than 15 minutes, more than 30 minutes, more than one hour and canceled flights. Punctuality rate is the percentage of flights that departed with a delay of less than 15 minutes, according to world aviation standards ***In this case, a non-scheduled flight should be understood as a charter flight with a special purpose, in accordance with the Rules for the implementation of charter flights, approved by Order of the Ministry of Transport of Ukraine No. 297 on 18 May 2001

In December, we announced as many as six new routes, of which three have already started operating flights, and launched ticket sales through Smart Ticket. We also remember about safety during travel, so we’ve made a reminder about the rules of conduct on board. But first, we traditionally share the main indicators.

Highlights in figures

According to our internal statistics**, in December we completed 71.3% of flights on time.

In total, we operated 390 international flights: charter —  292, regular — 98. We carried 58,849 passengers, of which 48,200 on charter flights, and 10,649 on regular flights.

Also we have transported 23 tons of cargo on passenger flights and operated seven cargo flights, on which we carried additional 128.9 tons of cargo.

Even more destinations in Germany

In November, we already shared the new route Kyiv — Berlin. And in December, three completely new routes were announced: Kyiv — Hamburg, Kyiv — Dusseldorf, and Kyiv — Stuttgart.

After the opening of the borders, traveling in Germany with SkyUp will be easy and convenient — start your acquaintance with the country from Berlin, and return home from Stuttgart.

Bulgaria and Turkey for winter holidays

For those who prefer ski vacations, in December we resumed Kyiv — Sofia flights.

We also made Istanbul, popular among our fellow citizens, even more accessible — from December you can fly there with us from Odesa and Lviv on CityBreak or for no special reason. For the convenience of passengers on flights from regions, we’ve increased the baggage allowance to 32 kg instead of the usual 23 kg.

In addition, in December and January we operate a number of non-scheduled flights** to Georgia, Uzbekistan, and the Czech Republic, Italy, France.

Updated rules of conduct on board

Taking care of health is as much a part of the safety of passengers during the flight as a fastened seat belt or disciplined behavior. New realities are changing our lives and our travels accordingly. In December, we tightened up on-board safety rules and on-board monitoring by crew members. In particular, the update concerns the requirement to wear a protective mask during the entire flight. For more information on what is allowed and not allowed to do on board, see the news.

Joined the SmartTicket service

In December, after the end of the testing period, the sale of SkyUp tickets through the SmartTicket service started. So far we are the only airline with which you can plan your trip using an e-ticket. Details about the possibilities and advantages of the service are in the news.

*Ticket price is as of the date of publication

**The method used to calculate statistics is as follows: we consider flights from and to airports of Ukraine. From all these flights, we calculate those that were late by more than 15 minutes, more than 30 minutes, more than one hour and canceled flights. Punctuality rate is the percentage of flights that departed with a delay of less than 15 minutes, according to world aviation standards

***In this case, a non-scheduled flight should be understood as a charter flight with a special purpose, in accordance with the Rules for the implementation of charter flights, approved by Order of the Ministry of Transport of Ukraine No. 297 on 18 May 2001

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