SkyUp Airlines, a Ukrainian low-cost airline, resumes flights to three destinations from Kharkiv: Georgia, which has allowed Ukrainians to enter for tourism purposes starting from 1 March, takes two of them.

 Direct flights to Tbilisi will resume on 27 April. The airline will operate these flights twice a week—every Tuesday and Friday—with a travel time being 3 hours. The cost of one-way tickets without baggage charge starts at UAH 2,137.

 Flights to Odesa will start to be operated on 27 May. They will be available four times a week with a travel time being 1 hour and 20 minutes. The ticket price starts at UAH 605.

 Flights to Batumi will resume the next day—28 May. They will be available every Monday and Friday. The flight will take 2 hours and 30 minutes. The cost of one-way tickets without baggage charge starts at UAH 2,276.

 Passengers may enter Georgia if they produce a negative test result for COVID-19.

 In April and May, SkyUp Airlines also plans to resume flights to Barcelona (Spain), Bourgas (Bulgaria), Prague (Czech Republic), and Rimini (Italy). Besides, the airline has announced that it is ready to launch new destinations. Kharkiv International Airport is expected to launch flights to Bratislava (Slovakia), Larnaca (Cyprus), Rhodes and Heraklion (Greece), Tirana (Albania), and Tivat (Montenegro).

In April and May, SkyUp Airlines plans to resume and launch flights to more than ten destinations.