Blue Air to establish a new base at Lasi

Dedicated to King Carol I of Romania

Blue Air has announced it will establish a new base at Lasi Airport in June with 11 new destinations and two based aircraft.

The carrier will fly from Lasi to Barcelona, ​​Brussels, Dusseldorf, London-Luton, Munich, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Rome-Fiumicino, and Turin.

The airline will also fly from Iasi to Heraklion, Mykonos and Zakynthos.

In other news, Blue Air also announced direct flights between Suceava and Bucharest Otopeni, introducing 3 weekly flights effective April 23, 2021. The flights are operated by Boeing 737 jets and are already available for booking, with prices starting from 19, 99 euro / one way, and all reservations include one free change of travel dates.

Blue Air will be linking Suceava to 18 domestic and international destinations, by introducing direct flights to Bucharest Otopeni and offering 17 connecting flights from Suceava via its Bucharest hub under the 2021 Summer Schedule.

The new destinations to be operated from Suceava are: Bucharest (direct), London – Heathrow (1 stop), Amsterdam (1 stop), ​​Brussels (1 stop), Frankfurt (1 stop), Madrid (1 stop),Milan – Linate (1 stop), Paris – Charles de Gaulle (1 stop), Munchen (1 stop), Helsinki (1 stop), Cologne (1 stop), Larnaca (1 stop), Malaga (1 stop), Bologna (1 stop), Prague (1 stop), Rome Fiumicino (1 stop) Stuttgart (1 stop) and Valencia (1 stop).

Top Copyright Photo: Blue Air Boeing 737-883 WL YR-BMP (msn 28323) (Carol I) DUB (Brian Worthington). Image: 957309.

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