SkyUp Airlines launches flights to Greek islands

Ukraine’s low-cost airline SkyUp Airlines has launched flights to the Greek islands, the airline’s press service reports on Facebook.

“Corfu, Crete and Zakynthos. Here are three key words for your great Greek summer. SkyUp Airlines began selling tickets to the Greek islands from Kyiv and other regions,” the report reads.

Flights will be operated from the airports of Kyiv, Kharkiv, Lviv, Odesa and Zaporizhzhia.

As reported, from February 1, 2020, SkyUp Airlines will suspend operation of scheduled flights to the UAE from Zaporizhzhia, Lviv and Kharkiv due to the closure of airspace over Iran and Iraq.

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