Blue Air: Bacău base - new routes operated during the 2016 summer schedule
It is normal that base in Bucharest to be the largest in the Blue Air network, but the low-cost airline operator cannot neglect the base in Bacău. The rumors say that the "marriage" between the airport in Bacău and Blue Air is not the same as before, but the airline officials denied this and announced new routes for the 2016 summer schedule.
The history of Blue Air in Bacău began in the winter season 2006-2007, and the first flights were operated on the Bacau - Rome route. After about 10 years, during the 2016 summer season, from Bacău you can fly to: Bologna, Brussels, Catania, Dublin, Liverpool, London, Madrid, Milan (Bergamo), Paris, Rome, Stuttgart, Turin (Caselle). For the new routes, Madrid and Stuttgart, we will return with the operational program.
Bacău - Madrid from 30 to March 2016, on Wednesdays and Fridays:
Bacau (BCM) 08: 20 - 11: 20 Madrid (MAD) - Wednesday
Madrid (MAD) 12: 10 - 17: 00 Bacau (BCM) - Wednesday
Bacau (BCM) 10: 00 - 13: 00 Madrid (MAD) - Friday
Madrid (MAD) 13: 50 - 18: 40 Bacau (BCM) - Friday
Bacău - Stuttgart from 2 June to 2016, on Thursdays and Sundays:
Bacău 17: 10 - 18: 35 Stuttgart
Stuttgart 19: 10 - 22: 35 Bacău
The number of flights on routes will increase:
LTN (London): from 5 / 7 to 6 / 7
DUB (Dublin): From 2 / 7 to 3 / 7
It may seem strange that Blue Air has two bases so close to Moldova, the one from Iasi and the one from Bacau, but they complement each other through the flight schedule and so they can better serve the eastern part of Romania.
Currently, the Blue Air fleet consists of 15 modern Boeing 737 aircraft: the 737-300, 737-400, 737-500, 737-700 and 737-800 series, with capacities between 126 and 189. By the end of March 2016, Blue Air will again receive 5 Boeing 737 Next Generation aircraft (-700 and -800).