Blue Air inaugurated the Bucharest - Glasgow route, on December 17, 2015

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Route Bucharest - Glasgow, about which I wrote in September, was inaugurated on December 17, 2015. The flights Bucharest - Glasgow - Bucharest were a real success, Blue Air announcing an occupancy rate of over 95%.

Bucharest Glasgow

The flights were operated by aircraft Boeing 737-800 (YR-BMB). It is configured in a single class, with 189 seating capacity. It is powered by 2 CFM56-7B24 engines. On 14 December 2015, the aircraft turned 17 years after the first flight.


The direct flight between Bucharest and Glasgow is available every Thursday and Sunday, both in the winter schedule 2015 - 2016 and in the summer schedule 2016, having the following schedule:

0B141: Bucharest 07.25 - 09.25 Glasgow
0B142: Glasgow 10.10 - 15.45 Bucharest

Gheorghe Racaru, General Manager, Blue Air: "Considering the tourist potential of Romania, as well as that of Scotland, we are convinced that this new route will be very popular among passengers traveling for tourism purposes, and the flight frequencies made available to passengers fit perfectly to the needs of those who I'm traveling on business. In the Glasgow area there is an important communiqué of Romanians who carry out their professional activity, and the launch of this new route before the winter holidays was specially chosen so that they can enjoy this wonderful time of year with their family and friends. In addition to the 20 new routes recently launched by Blue Air, both in Romania and on foreign bases in Turin Caselle and Larnaca, I have the pleasure and pride to remind you that at the end of this year our company obtained IOSA registration. . This record is of major importance to any airline and was obtained following a successful audit designed to analyze the operational management and control procedures of an airline. It is only part of our efforts to provide our passengers with the highest standards of flight safety and quality. '

Blue Air route:

-from the Bucharest base: Barcelona, ​​Birmingham, Bologna, Brussels, Castellon, Catania, Dublin, Florence, Glasgow, Hamburg, Iasi, Cologne, Larnaca, Liverpool, London, Lyon, Madrid, Malaga, Milan (Bergamo), Milan (Linate), Naples, Nice , Paris, Rome, Stockholm, Stuttgart, Turin (Caselle), Valencia;
-from the base in Bacau: Bologna, Brussels, Catania, Dublin, Liverpool, London, Madrid, Milan (Bergamo), Paris, Rome, Stuttgart, Turin (Caselle);
-from Cluj - Napoca: Dublin (TODAY June 4), Liverpool (TODAY June 2016);
-from Constanta: Athens, Milan (Bergamo), Larnaca (via Athens);
-from the base in Iasi: Barcelona, ​​Brussels, Cologne, London, Paris, Rome;
-from Larnaca: Athens, Thessaloniki, London;
-from Sibiu: Koln, Stuttgart;
-from Turin (Caselle): Athens, Bari, Catania, Ibiza, Lamezia Terme, London, Madrid, Menorca, Palma de Mallorca, Stuttgart.

1 comment
  1. QCD says

    It was a pleasure and at the same time a pride to see a plane with Romanian crew and pilots probably landing for the first time on Glasgow International. Unfortunately, I did not photograph the plane, but its presence in Scotland is welcome and long awaited. The break between landing and takeoff seems perfectly short, about 45 minutes ?! … Too bad, because this way the crew doesn't have the opportunity to know this city full of good cheer from the North, blessed with a weather invariably labeled as "shite": D. With sympathy from a grinder.

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