Blue Air upgrades its Linate–Bucharest service to daily, launches Cluj-Linate first ever Ultra-Low-Cost serviceBlue Air announces direct services to Milan Linate, connecting Bucharest and Cluj Napoca to Milan’s most central airport.
Starting with March 28, 2021, Blue Air will introduce direct flights to Milan Linate, offering up to 7 weekly services from Bucharest Otopeni and 2 weekly services from Cluj Napoca under the Summer 21 Schedule.
Blue Air will operate flights from Bucharest and Cluj to Milan Linate according to the following schedule:
- OTP - LIN – OTP (5 x week March 28 – April 30, 2021)
- OTP - LIN – OTP (daily May 01 – October 30, 2021)
- CLJ – LIN – CLJ (2 x week June 01 – October 30, 2021)
"We are very excited to announce our new direct ultra-low-cost-service between both Bucharest and Cluj to Milan Linate, the City Airport preferred customer choice, located at the heart of the metropolis. Our operations to Linate are consistent with Blue Air New Network Strategy and consolidate our commitment to deliver best in class ultra-low-cost airline experience to the benefit of our customers, who can now have even better travel options at affordable prices", says Krassimir Tanev, Chief Commercial Officer at Blue Air.
“SEA Milan Airports is delighted to welcome at Linate new Blue Air services to Romania. The landing of these new flights at Linate represents an important improvement of the City Airport connectivity and creates additional market opportunities to the benefit of all passengers, business operators and resident communities in Milan and Lombardy.
Blue Air operates international point-to-point air services to EU destinations and therefore represents an ideal partner to develop Linate network, coherently with the spirit and the letter of Milan Airport System Traffic distribution regulation”, says Andrea Tucci, VP Aviation Business Development at SEA Milan airports.
Blue Air is the largest Romanian airline by number of passengers transported, with an Ultra -Low - Cost (ULC) business model and with an approach centered on passenger needs.
With a team of over 1,000 aviation enthusiasts, Blue Air has an impeccable flight safety record. The company operates Boeing 737 aircraft. In its 16 years of operation, Blue Air has carried more than 32 million passengers and flown 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.