SkyUp

Ukraine-based budget airline SkyUp has announced it will start a Kiev-Malta-Kiev route twice weekly in May.

The flights, to commence on 29th May 2021, will be held on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

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Posted by SkyUp Airlines on Tuesday, 26 January 2021

Tickets are already available on the official skyup.aero website:

  • Kyiv – Malta: from €39* without luggage
  • Malta – Kyiv from €40* without luggage

Addressing the uncertainties around flying in view of COVID, SkyUp said that even in case of flight cancellation due to pandemic restrictions, the full amount of ticket price will be transferred to the passenger’s balance in the personal account on our website.

“We also provided the opportunity to withdraw money from the balance to the card.”

This follows a recent announcement by flydubai of a Malta-Dubai route, to also start from this May.

With members of the business community and the Central Bank of Malta identifying that nearly half of Malta’s air routes have been wiped off the map in less than a year due to the pandemic, new routes are welcome news to tourism, investment and business sectors.

* The price is valid at the time of publication.

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