Romania’s largets carrier, Blue Air has announced that it is expanding its operations by allocating an additional aircraft to its base in Turin as of September 2020. and strengthen its strategic position in Italy with new routes and additional flights to Turin. The airline announced in a press release.
The airline is slated to enhance its operations in Italy by deploying an additional aircraft to its Turin base in September. The deployment will enable Blue Air to launch three new routes from Turin and increase current flight frequencies on domestic routes.
The Bucharest-based airline plans to operate flights on seven domestic routes from Turin with a twice-a-day service to Catania ad a daily service to Lamezia Terme, Bari and Cagliari. The new flights are in addition to the airline’s existing flights to Naples, Alghero and Trapani.
With the latest expansion Italy, the airline aims at becoming a front-runner among airlines in Central and Eastern Europe. Blue Air has recently announced another expansion with five new routes from Bacau, Romania starting on Oct. 1 as soon as the modernization process at Bacau Airport is completed.
With the end of airport closure, the airline will provide direct connections between Moldova and Transylvania, a region in central Romania, and launch flights to new destinations in Romania, Germany and France. The airline will allocate three aircraft to its Bacau base and fly to 13 destinations from its Bacau starting Oct. 1.
Oana Petrescu, the airline chief executive said: Blue Air is also launching a number of new routes out of Bacau, focusing on international routes. The airline is resuming a number of services and launcing new services to Paris and Cologne and Munich, Germany in addition to domestic routes from Bacau to Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca.
“We are happy to announce the expansion of our operations in Turin as part of Blue Air’s strategy to offer ever-better connectivity between key regions in Italy. Since 2015, Blue Air has continuously invested in the Turin market, consolidating its operations on the local base and achieving a sustainable growth of its customer base and local expertise. By allocating two aircraft to our Turin base, we are now further developing our local network, introducing new routes and supplementing our flights between Italy’ s most sought-after destinations.”
“Italy is a core market for us, and Blue Air is restating its commitment to the Italian travelers by quickly adapting to the growing demand for domestic travel and by offering more connectivity at best-in-class service and fair prices. At the same time, we respond to the extensive demand for regional connection between Moldova and Northern Italy by reintroducing the Bacau-Turin route from October 1,” Petrescu said
Blue Air is the largest Romanian airline by scheduled passengers transported. The airline currently operates two Boeing 737-300s, six Boeing 737-500s and 10 Boeing 737-800 aircraft and employs over 1,000 people.