Blue Air in 2018 and the Launch of its New Website
Smart flying airline Blue Air, in collaboration with Orthodoxou Aviation Ltd, have thanked their Tour Operators & Travel Agents in Cyprus with a cocktail party along with a fire flaring show in their honour, whilst also presenting the airline’s plans for 2018 as well as their new user friendly website.
The event took place on Tuesday 5 September 2017 at Chateau Status, Nicosia, in the presence of professionals and collaborators of the industry. Addresses followed by the Chief Executive Officer of Orthodoxou Aviation Mr. Antonis Orthodoxou, the Minister of Transport, Communications and Works, Mr. Marios Demetriades, and presentations followed by London Luton Airport representative, Mr. Simon Harley and the Chief Commercial Officer of Blue Air, Mr. Tudor Constantinescu.
Blue Air’s Chief Commercial Officer Mr Constantinescu, stated that: «We are delighted to announce Blue Air as Romania’s first 737 MAX customer. The 737 MAX is ideally suited to Blue Air and the market it serves, increasing revenue potential all with improved operating efficiencies.
In his speech, Mr Constantinescu also referred to the new airline website and its easy navigation, making it pleasant for the user. He also announced the possibility of selecting from 3 different ticket purchase categories, which allow the passenger’s flight to be adapted according to preferences. Finally, Mr. Tudor Constantinescu referred to the excellent cooperation that Blue Air maintains with Orthodoxou Aviation Ltd, Hermes Airports and the Cypriot government.
London Luton Airport representative Mr. Simon Harley presented the big transformations and the development of Luton Airport, its geographical location and its choices in existing transport; conditions that favour the Cypriot community in London. Mr. Constantinescu added, the airline will increase its services to London-Luton Airport starting in April, both via the direct flights from Larnaka and with a connecting flight via Bucharest. Lastly, he also informed of an increase in flights to Athens from 14 flights per week to 16, confirming the airline’s steady growth.
In a statement, the Minister of Transport, Communications and Works Mr. Marios Demetriades, thanked Blue Air for being one of the support pillars for the ever-growing tourism industry in Cyprus.