Blue Air: Iasi base - new routes operated during the 2016 summer schedule
At the beginning of July 2015, I announced with great enthusiasm domestic route Bucharest - Iasi operated by Blue Air. Shortly afterwards I wrote about the new external routes operated from the base in Iasi: IASI - ROME, IASI - PARIS and IASI - LONDON. Today we keep our enthusiasm and announce other 3 new routes operated by Blue Air starting with the 2016 summer schedule: Barcelona, Brussels and Cologne. We'll be back with flight schedule information! Rates start at 27.99 EURO / segment.
Iasi - Barcelona from March 27, 2016, on Sundays and Tuesdays:
Iasi (IAS) 07:00 - 09:35 Barcelona (BCN)
Barcelona (BCN) 11:20 - 15:45 Iasi (IAS)
Iasi - Brussels from March 30, 2016, on Wednesdays and Saturdays:
Iasi (IAS) 09:30 - 11:25 Brussels (BRU)
Brussels (BRU) 12:10 - 16:00 Iasi (IAS)
Iasi - Cologne from June 3, 2016, on Fridays and Mondays:
Iasi (IAS) 17: 00 - 18: 45 Cologne (CGN) - Friday
Coln (CGN) 19: 30 - 23: 00 Iasi (IAS) - Friday
Iasi (IAS) 07: 00 - 08: 45 Cologne (CGN) - months
Coln (CGN) 09: 30 - 13: 00 Iasi (IAS) - months
Blue Air consolidates its position in the eastern part of Romania by opening the base in Iasi, but also by the number of destinations served. In addition to the routes from Iasi, Blue Air increases the base from Bacau and introduces a new route departing from Constanta airport, but about all this in another article.
At the same time, you can travel from Iasi in the entire network of foreign destinations served by Blue Air via Bucharest. The flight schedule allowed these connecting connections, coming in support of passengers from the area of Moldova. For the internal segment Iasi - Bucharest or Bucharest - Iasi, passengers pay only 18 EURO, an amount that is added to the ticket for the external route departing from Bucharest. And you don't have to worry about hold baggage, as it can be checked in for your final destination.
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).