Blue Air opens operational base in Cluj Napoca

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Romanian low cost airline Blue Air has opened its sixth operational base on the “Avram Iancu” International Airport in Cluj-Napoca, to which it allocated a Boeing 737-800 aircraft with a capacity of 189 seats.

Starting this December, Blue Air will connect Cluj-Napoca to Birmingham, the second-biggest city in England, and from the next year on, it will have direct flights from Cluj-Napoca to London, Larnaca, Nice, Hamburg, and Constanta.

Blue Air started operating flights from the Cluj-Napoca airport on June 3 this year. It started with flights to Bucharest, Liverpool and Dublin. On October 1, the company came with a triangular flight on the Cluj-Timisoara-Iasi route.

The company also has operational bases in Bucharest, Iasi, Bacau, Larnaca, and Torino. In March, it will open a new base in Liverpool, and in April, Blue Air will inaugurate one in Constanta.

Blue Air had a turnover of over EUR 200 million in 2015.




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