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In February, SkyUp operates a number of non-scheduled flights∗∗ to Uzbekistan

26/ 01/ 2021
  Throughout February, SkyUp will operate non-scheduled flights** to Uzbekistan on the routes Kyiv — Tashkent and Tashkent — Kyiv. Flight schedule Kyiv — Tashkent: 04.02.21, 11.02.21, 18.02.21, 25.02.21. Tickets are available on the website of the airline skyup.aero in the All Flights — Special Flights section.  Information for travelers From 25 December 2020, to enter Uzbekistan from the “yellow” and “red” zones, you need to have a negative PCR test done no later than 72 hours before departure, and go through a mandatory 14-day self-isolation A prerequisite for entry for everyone, regardless of the departure area and the availability of a certificate with negative results of PCR testing, is rapid testing to ensure the absence of coronavirus infection at their own expense at the airport After entering Ukraine, it is not required to self-isolate or take a PCR test if, on the date of departure, the country of departure is on the list of “green” countries by the Ministry of Health of Ukraine. At the same time, travelers need to have an insurance policy that provides treatment for coronavirus Before departure, we recommend checking the current information on border crossing rules in official sources, in particular, on the websites of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Health of Ukraine *Ticket prices are as of the day of the publication **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

Throughout February, SkyUp will operate non-scheduled flights** to Uzbekistan on the routes Kyiv — Tashkent and Tashkent — Kyiv.

Flight schedule

Kyiv — Tashkent: 04.02.21, 11.02.21, 18.02.21, 25.02.21.

Tickets are available on the website of the airline skyup.aero in the All Flights — Special Flights section. 

Information for travelers

  • From 25 December 2020, to enter Uzbekistan from the “yellow” and “red” zones, you need to have a negative PCR test done no later than 72 hours before departure, and go through a mandatory 14-day self-isolation
  • A prerequisite for entry for everyone, regardless of the departure area and the availability of a certificate with negative results of PCR testing, is rapid testing to ensure the absence of coronavirus infection at their own expense at the airport
  • After entering Ukraine, it is not required to self-isolate or take a PCR test if, on the date of departure, the country of departure is on the list of “green” countries by the Ministry of Health of Ukraine. At the same time, travelers need to have an insurance policy that provides treatment for coronavirus
  • Before departure, we recommend checking the current information on border crossing rules in official sources, in particular, on the websites of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Health of Ukraine

*Ticket prices are as of the day of the publication

**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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