“This is issue was not in the competence of the court…To issue or to abolish license only State Aviation Service can do it. This regulation was appealed by the air company at Kyiv Appeal Court. SkyUp Airlines works as usual,” Omelyan wrote.
The decision was made due to the appeal of the complainant, Oksana Pasenko; she referred to systematic failure to live up to its commitments before the clients, the delayed flights and the absence of aviation safety control.
SkyUp responded that the complainant never used their services, and she never was their client. Besides, the company added that the court could not suspend the license since it was issued by the special authority.
Ukrainian SkyUP Air Company was launched in May 2018 as Ukraine’s Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan reported. Its fleet composed of three Boeing planes 737-800 NG 2001, 2002 и 2011 with 189 seats.