Blue Air launches 2020 summer schedule
Bucharest, August 9, 2019 - Blue Air, the largest Romanian airline by the number of passengers, launched its 2020 summer schedule. Blue Air passengers can choose out of the 70 routes in 16 European countries for their next summer holiday.
“Blue Air aims to be a predictable and reliable option for our customers travel needs. Therefore, is delighted to announce that the passengers can already start booking their summer holiday for 2020. Thus, we continue to provide the best travelling options and fulfil the desires of our clients, whom we are waiting for
As people who love travelling and flying, we know the first step in any adventure is booking the ticket online. To enhance the digital experience of our passengers, we will soon implement a new online booking system, along with services that customise the journey of each of our passengers”, said Carsten Schaeffer, Blue Air Chief Commercial Officer.
The Blue Air summer schedule becomes effective on 29 March 2020 and is valid until 31 October 2020. The tickets are already available on Blue Air’s reservation website.
“In drawing up the summer schedule for 2020, we have taken into consideration the opinions of our passengers and the commercial efficiency proven by each route. Thus, we have maintained all our popular routes and we have optimised the flight frequencies. We are confident in our commercial strategy, which will help us strengthen our position in Central and Eastern Europe, especially on the Romanian market, but also in Italy and Cyprus - where our company has its operational bases”, added Carsten Schaeffer.
Passengers who plan their holidays for the summer of 2020 will be able to choose, among others, the following routes:
From Bucharest to: Barcelona, Birmingham, Bordeaux, Brussels, Castellón, Catania, Cluj Napoca, Copenhagen, Florence, Glasgow, Hamburg, Helsinki, Iasi, Cologne-Bonn, Larnaca, Lyon, Lisbon, London Luton, Madrid, Malaga, Milan-Malpensa, Naples, Nice, Rome Fiumicino, Stockholm-Arlanda, Strasbourg, Tel Aviv, Valencia.
From Turin to: Alghero, Catania, Ibiza, Lamezia Terme, Naples, Palma de Mallorca, Trapani.
With a business model based on reducing complexity, i.e. Low Cost - Low Complexity, Blue Air aims to become a leading airline in Central and Eastern Europe.
The company operates Boeing 737 aircraft and is carrying out a complex fleet renewal programme so as to provide its passengers with the best travelling conditions. With a team comprising over 1,300 professionals passionate about aviation, the company has an impeccable flight safety track record.
In its more than 14 years of activity, Blue Air has carried over 27 million passengers, of which over 5 million last year. The company is IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) certified by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for its outstanding operational standards and it is a full member of IATA.