For SkyUp, harassment is the price of success.
For SkyUp, harassment is the price of success. The one-year-old airline plans to carry 2.8 million Ukrainian passengers this year, triple the level of last year. By next spring, it plans to increase its all-Boeing fleet by 50%, to 12 jets. By the end of next year, SkyUp plans to fly from 12 airports across Ukraine. The only regional airports closed to SkyUp are Dnipro and Ivano-Frankivsk. Both are owned by Igor Kolomoisky, the oligarch TV backer of Zelenskiy. Kolomoisky also owns Ukraine International Airline, the nation’s largest airline.