Romanian low-cost carrier Blue Air said on Monday it plans to launch fourteen new international flights and one new domestic route from the north-western city of Cluj-Napoca this summer, according to SeeNews.
The new international routes will be operated to London, Milan, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Burgas, Brussels, Dublin, Hamburg, Cologne, Larnaca, Madrid, Paris, Rome and Stuttgart.
Blue Air also plans to launch flights from Cluj-Napoca to Romania’s Black Sea port city of Constanta.
The company expects that the new routes will optimize travel options in the Cluj-Napoca region by offering efficient connections to European destinations of major interest for both the business and leisure segments.
Blue Air, the only air carrier in Romania with 100% domestic capital, started operations in December 2004.