Ukrainian loukostu gave the green light
SkyUp, which has positioned itself as a low-cost airline, received a TCO certificate (third country operator license) from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the airline reported on its facebook page.
This document gives airlines the right to fly to 28 countries in Europe that are members of EASA, as well as to four countries that are members of the European Free Trade Association - in Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein. “We are announcing the first flights soon,” - commented on the receipt of TCO at SkyUp.
Recall, on May 30, the State Aviation Service Commission satisfied all SkyUp applications for rights to fly 55 regular and charter routes, including from Kiev to Barcelona, Larnaca, Rimini, Alicante, Palma de Mallorca.
Earlier in the first regular routes to Europe in the SkyUp called Kiev-Barcelona and Kiev-Larnaca.
Currently, the airline fleet consists of two Boeing 737-800 2013 release. The boards were previously used by Malaysia Airlines. The first aircraft with registration UR-SQA SkyUp began to use in late May, the second UR-SQB - in early June. Airliners are involved in the charter program of the tour operator Join UP !, whose owners are the ultimate beneficiaries of the airline.
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