Carpatair (Timisoara) delayed by two months the introduction of new service between Chisinau and Bergamo (near Milan), Rome and Venice. The new routes were due to start on March 26.
The airline issued the following statement:
“Carpatair announces a two months delay in launching the flights Chisinau – Venice, Rome and Milan (Bergamo). Because of the delay in signing the Common Aviation Area Agreement with the European Union, Carpatair announces a two months postponement in launching the direct flights from Chisinau to Venice, Rome and Milan. The European Commission announced some legal difficulties related to the mandate granted by the European Commission member countries to sign international agreements. These technical difficulties will be clarified shortly. All Carpatair passengers who have made reservations on these flights will be rerouted on the flight Chisinau-Timisoara.”
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