Sky Up announces flights to Madrid



Kiev-based low-cost airline Sky Up announces its new destination to Madrid from its main base of operations in Boryspil, the main airport in the capital of Ukraine, for October 18, 2021 with flights twice a week Mondays and Fridays.

The schedule is as follows:

  • Boryspil from Kiev – Madrid PQ761 KBP 10:30 am – MAD 2:00 pm two weekly flights Monday and Friday with Boeing 737-800 Next Generation.
  • Madrid – Kiev Boryspil PQ762 MAD 3:00 p.m. – KBP 8:15 p.m. two weekly flights Monday and Friday with Boeing 737-800 Next Generation.

The airline launched promotional fares of $ 20 from Kiev to Madrid and $ 31 from Madrid to Kiev.

In 2019, Spain was one of the most popular international destinations from Kiev-Boryspil, data obtained by Aviacionline via Aena Statistics, 496,521 passengers flew from the main airport in the Ukrainian capital to Spanish cities in 2019. The health situation due to the pandemic significantly affected air operations between the two nations. Until August 2021, only 10.59% of passenger traffic has recovered from pre-pandemic levels between Boryspil Airport and Spain.

Sky Up, with its new route between Kiev Boryspil and Madrid, will compete with a powerful low-cost airline, Ryanair, which currently operates between the two airports with three weekly flights.

Sky Up currently offers destinations in Spain from Barcelona, ​​Alicante and Tenerife (TSF), which they took over last August.

Entry regulations for Spain

As of September 13, 2021, Ukrainian citizens can travel to Spain without the need to provide full vaccination schedules or negative test results for COVID-19. Travelers should participate in the following activities electronic application form (click here).

Sky Up invites its customers to consult the the current entry rules for Spain.


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