UIA plans to launch flights from Kyiv to Nice, Delhi, Ankara, Rome, Warsaw, Athens, Chisinau, Barcelona, Larnaca, Tashkent, and Batumi. The tickets sale is already open on the airline's website.
On popular routes, the company will offer an increased number of flight frequencies, in particular:
- Kyiv — London — 10 times a week;
- Kyiv — Istanbul — 21 times a week. There are additional flights between Odesa and Istanbul;
- Kyiv — Tel Aviv — 14 times a week.
The company has also announced the launch of a new direct flight from Kyiv to Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, but there are no tickets on sale yet.
The regional route network of the airline will be replenished with flights Odesa — Vilnius, Lviv — Tel Aviv, and Kharkiv — Tel Aviv.
UIA intends to operate charters from Kyiv to La Romana, Nevsehir, Marsa Alam, Pula, and Split.
The company will continue to operate domestic flights together with a partner airline on the directions of Kharkiv, Lviv, Dnipro, Zaporizhzhia, and Ivano-Frankivsk, as well as its own regular flights to Odesa and Kherson, starting from June 2021.
Due to the epidemic situation, closed borders, severe government restrictions in many countries, UIA has postponed the resumption of flights to Toronto and New York to the Q3 of 2021.
Additionally. Dmytro Seroukhov, CEO at SkyUp Airlines, said that the airline Windrose associated with Ihor Kolomoisky is trying through court to take from SkyUp 3 of 24 permitted frequencies in the Kyiv—Istanbul direction. Another 21 frequencies belong to another "oligarch-controlled company"—UIA.