SkyUp Airlines resumes flights to Odesa, Tbilisi, Batumi

SkyUp Airlines resumes flights to Odesa, Tbilisi, Batumi

Ukrainian low-cost carrier SkyUp Airlines resumes flights on three routes from Kharkiv, the press service of the Kharkiv International Airport informs.

In particular, scheduled flights to Tbilisi will resume on April 27. They will be operated twice a week, every Tuesday and Friday.

Flights to Odesa will be launched on May 27 and will be operated four times a week.

Flights to Batumi will be launched on May 28. They will be performed every Monday and Friday.

Travellers may enter Georgia having a negative test result for COVID-19.

In April-May, SkyUp Airlines also plans to resume flights to Barcelona (Spain), Burgas (Bulgaria), Prague (Czech Republic) and Rimini (Italy). In addition, the company announced the opening of new routes. The Kharkiv International Airport expects the launch of flights to Bratislava (Slovakia), Larnaca (Cyprus), Rhodes, Heraklion, (Greece), Tirana (Albania) and Tivat (Montenegro).

The Kharkiv International Airport is one of the key infrastructural objects of Kharkiv city, handling scheduled international flights operated by Wizz Air, Turkish Airlines, Pegasus Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, SkyUp Airlines, UIA and many others.


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