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Blue Air to Resume Scheduled Flights

With the lifting of travel restrictions to the UK, Spain, Italy and Belgium, Blue Air announces the resumption of scheduled flights to most of its traditional destinations. Starting Tuesday, July 7, 2020, the company announces that the flight program including over 250 flights/week in the next period is fully operational.

Therefore, starting today, the destinations covered by Blue Air are:

From Bucharest Otopeni Airport: Belgium (Brussels), Cyprus (Larnaca), Denmark (Copenhagen), Finland (Helsinki), France (Paris Beauvais, Lyon, Nice), Germany (Cologne, Hamburg, Stuttgart), Ireland (Dublin), Italy (Florence, Milan Malpensa, Naples), Great Britain (Liverpool, London Luton), Romania (Cluj, Iași), Spain (Malaga, Valencia, Palma de Mallorca), Sweden (Stockholm).

From Bacau airport: Belgium (Brussels), Italy (Bergamo, Rome, Turin), Ireland (Dublin), Great Britain (London Luton) From Iasi airport: Romania (Bucharest), Belgium (Brussels), France (Paris Beauvais), Germany (Cologne, Munich), Italy (Turin), Great Britain (London Luton)

From Cluj airport: Ireland (Dublin), Romania (Bucharest)

From Sibiu airport: Germany (Stuttgart)

Domestic flights from the base in Turin: Alghero, Catania, Lamezia Terme, Naples, Trapani

Regional flights from the base in Larnaca: Athens, Thessaloniki

“Despite the temporary difficulties caused by the suspension of flights due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we, at Blue Air, are determined to continue flying, to honor all our commitments and to pay all our debts.” says Oana Petrescu, CEO of Blue Air.

Blue Air is the largest Romanian airline in terms of the number of passengers transported. With a business model based on reducing complexity, respectively Low Cost – Low Complexity, with an approach focused on the needs of passengers, the airline aims to become a leader among airlines in Central and Eastern Europe.

The airline announced new flights in June.

Iuliia Tore