Ukrainian start-up LCC SkyUp Airlines firmed an order for three Boeing 737-10s and two 737-8s, Boeing said March 20, making SkyUp the first Eastern European carrier to order a 737-10. The total value of the order is $624 million at list prices. According to SkyUp general director Yevhen Khainatsky, the Kiev-based airline expects to receive its air operator’s certificate (AOC) this month and plans to begin charter operations in April from several Ukrainian cities to 16 international ...

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