In countries such as Italy, Spain, Belgium and the United Kingdom, most travel restrictions have been lifted following the coronavirus pandemic. Thus, the Romanian airline Blue Air resumed most of its delayed flights to these destinations.
As of July 7, the company has included in the program over 250 flights per week, and in the next period the flights will be fully operational, according to a press release.
The destinations to which Blue Air flies from Otopeni Airport in Bucharest are: Belgium (Brussels), Cyprus (Larnaca), Denmark (Copenhagen), Finland (Helsinki), France (Paris Beauvais, Lyon, Nice), Germany (Cologne) , Hamburg, Stuttgart), Ireland (Dublin), Italy (Florence, Milan Malpensa, Naples), Great Britain (Liverpool, London Luton), Romania (Cluj-Napoca, Iasi), Spain (Malaga, Valencia, Palma de Mallorca) and Sweden (Stockholm).
From Bacau airport you can fly to the following destinations: Belgium (Brussels), Italy (Bergamo, Rome, Turin), Ireland (Dublin), United Kingdom (London Luton).
From Iasi airport: Romania (Bucharest), Belgium (Brussels), France (Paris Beauvais), Germany (Cologne, Munich), Italy (Turin), Great Britain (London Luton).
From Cluj Napoca: Ireland (Dublin), Romania (Bucharest).
From Sibiu: to Germany (Stuttgart).
Domestic flights from Blue Air base in Turin (Italy) to: Alghero, Catania, Lamezia Terme, Naples, Trapani.
Regional flights from Blue Air base in Larnaca (Cyprus): Athens, Thessaloniki.
Blue Air is working on a new infrastructure that will allow passengers to schedule, cancel or reschedule flights exclusively online.
Also, all passengers who purchased their tickets through the online site Blue Air during the pandemic, received their money back, the amounts being transferred to the electronic wallet. The available funds can be reused for the purchase of new flight tickets with a value equal to or less than the original one. Mixed payments are available on the platform starting July 10.
„Despite the temporary difficulties caused by the suspension of flights due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we, at Blue Air, are determined to continue the flight, to honor all our commitments and to pay all our debts„, said Oana Petrescu, CEO of Blue Air .