Blue Air adds 14 airports to network

blue airDuring the past 12 months, Blue Air has added the following airports to its network: Alghero, Berlin Tegel, Birmingham, Castellon, Cluj-Napoca, Glasgow, Hamburg, Iasi, Lamezia, Lisbon, Lyon, Menorca, Palma de Mallorca and Stockholm Arlanda, with having been on the airline’s first flight to Castellon. The airline has gone through a major expansion during the past year, with it having increased its weekly seat capacity by 43%.  

With Blue Air expanding its weekly seat capacity by 43% during the past 12 months, it seems surprising that an airline which has been operating for nearly 12 years has decided to nearly double its size within 12 months. Wizz Air and Ryanair have also expanded rapidly from Romania during the past year, with the latter carrier expecting to open its first bases in the country at the start of W16/17, one in Bucharest and the other in Timisoara.

As well as its Romanian bases, the airline company Blue Air has two international ones, Turin and Larnaca.  “We were considering this for a long time, but Cyprus Airways’ closure sped-up the decision. We constantly analyse all options available when establishing a foreign base, and we do take actions almost immediately when we feel the potential for development is there”.


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