04 January 2019 - The newly founded Ukrainian airline SkyUp Airlines, based in Kiev, will open scheduled flights from four cities in Ukraine to Podgorica Airport for the upcoming summer of the IATA season.
As announced by SkyUp, they received licenses from the Ukrainian aviation authorities to open routes to Podgorica from Kiev, Lviv, Kharkov, and Zaporizhia. According to the State Aviation Administration of Ukraine, flights from Kiev will be maintained three times per week, while services from Lvov, Kharkov, and Zaporizhia will run twice weekly. The regulator issued permits to the carrier, enabling it to introduce the new routes from March 31 onwards.
The airline said in a press release that the cost of the ticket will be formed using a low-cost model without luggage and additional services. It will depend on the destination and time of buying the tickets.
SkyUp LLC operating as SkyUp Airlines is a Ukrainian charter airline, which began operating in May 2018. SkyUp was launched as a charter carrier but plans to commence scheduled flights next year. It boasts a fleet of three Boeing 737-800s and one B737-700, with orders for three B737 MAX 10 and two MAX 8 aircraft.
Find more information about the carrier at their official website.