Bucharest, January 9, 2020 - Blue Air, the largest Romanian airline according to the number of transported passengers, launches eight new flight routes from the airports in Bucharest, Iasi and Bacau.

From Bucharest, on June 15, the route to Munich will be inaugurated, with four flights per week, and on June 16, first Blue Air aircraft from Iasi to Verona will take off. Three flights to this new destination will be operated weekly.


At the same time, Blue Air launches six new routes from Bacau airport: Athens, Birmingham, Copenhagen, Larnaca, Oslo and Stuttgart. These routes are in addition to the other nine currently operated by George Enescu International Airport. Thus, starting with June 15, 2020, passengers from Bacău will travel with Blue Air to 15 different destinations, accessible for booking right now on the website


“I am glad that Blue Air can announce the implementation of these eight new routes. They show our commitment to serving the Romanian market and the Moldova region specifically. They are also a sign of our regained strength and desire to grow. These flights are bookable immediately and fare start as low as 19.99 EUR. In combination with Blue Benefits annual subscription program, this creates a very competitive proposition for the customers. We would encourage to make the travel plans soon, because these offers may sell out fast,” said Mr. Carsten Schaeffer, Commercial Director of Blue Air.


Blue Air is dearly waiting for you on board of its aircraft from Bacau, to the destinations: Athens, Brussels, Birmingham, Bologna, Copenhagen, Dublin, Larnaca, Liverpool, London, Madrid, Milan, Oslo, Rome, Stuttgart and Turin.

Plan and book the following trips now on and take advantage of the discounts offered by Blue Benefits.



About Blue Air:

Blue Air is the largest Romanian airline according to the number of passengers carried. With a business model based on reducing complexity, respectively Low Cost - Low Complexity, with an approach focused on passenger needs, Blue Air aims to become a leader among airlines in Central and Eastern Europe.


The company operates Boeing 737 aircraft and has a comprehensive fleet upgrade program in place to provide passengers with the best travel conditions. With a team of over 1,000 professionals, passionate about aviation, the company has a flawless track record in flight safety.


In its 15 years of operation, Blue Air carried over 30 million passengers and flew over 340 million kilometers. The company is certified IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for exceptional operating standards and is a full IATA member.