SkyUp expands flight program to Turkey

The Ukrainian low-cost carrier SkyUp Airlines expands its flight program and adds routes to Dalaman from Kyiv and to Bodrum from Lviv, the airline’s press service reports.

In particular, Kyiv-Dalaman-Kyiv flights began on June 10 and will be operated three times a week: on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays.

Starting from June, regular flights to Bodrum from Lviv depart twice a week: on Tuesdays and Fridays.

Tickets are already available on skyup.aero.

New directions complement other SkyUp flights from Kyiv to Bodrum, Izmir, and Istanbul. In addition, SkyUp flies to Istanbul from Zaporizhzhia, Lviv, Odesa, and Kharkiv.

To enter Turkey, it is necessary to provide a certificate in English about a negative PCR test, made no later than 72 hours before crossing the border. The test result can be provided in digital. These requirements do not apply to children under six years old, as well as to transit passengers traveling through Turkish airports to other countries.

PCR test alternatives include an antigen test result, issued no later than 48 hours before the border crossing; a certificate of the full course of vaccination done no earlier than 14 days before the trip; and antibodies test result, or certificate of recovery within the last six months. Any of these documents should be provided in English. Additional random PCR tests may be performed upon arrival (at the expense of the Turkish side).

As Ukrinform reported, in May 2021, SkyUp Airlines operated 1,419 flights, which is a record-breaking number in the company’s history.

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