Blue Air is now working 17 weekly flights from Bucharest to Athens, Heraklion, Mykonos, Rhodes and Zakynthos.
“Blue Air is connecting Greece with all areas in Romania via 5 one-stop providers between Athens and 5 key Romanian cities, by way of Bucharest Otopeni: Cluj Napoca, Iasi, Oradea, Suceava, Timisoara,” the carrier said.
For the primary time in its 16-year historical past, Blue Air can also be working a direct each day service to Athens.
“We’re really proud of our Greek community opening this 12 months as this was a really extremely demanded market by our clients. Beginning with this Summer time 21 Blue Air shouldn’t be solely launching its first direct service to Greece, however it’s changing into the biggest airline between the 2 markets to the good thing about our clients who can now take pleasure in extra journey choices at reasonably priced costs,” stated Blue Air Chief Industrial Officer Krassimir Tanev.
Blue Air’s Romania – Greece Summer time 21 Schedule:
- Bucharest – Athens: 7 flights/week
- Bacau – Athens: 2 flights/week
- Bucharest – Heraklion: 2 flights/week
- Bucharest – Rhodes: 2 flights/week
- Bucharest – Mykonos: 2 flights/week
- Bucharest – Zakynthos: 2 flights/week
On her half, Athens Worldwide Airport Communications and Advertising and marketing Director Ioanna Papadopoulou welcomed Blue Air’s each day service to the Greek capital.
“We’re really excited to see our long-standing accomplice, Blue Air, dynamically working to the Athens market this summer time, with an enhanced community to/ from Athens, thus providing a variety of choices to the travelling public. On our half, we’re totally dedicated to face by our airline- accomplice and considerably help their profitable operations to our market,” she stated.