Blue Air is the largest air operator between Greece and Romania

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Blue Air launched its flights to Greece at the end of April and now operates 17 weekly flights to 5 Greek destinations during the 2021 Summer Schedule. Blue Air flies from Bucharest to Athens, Heraklion, Rhodes, Mykonos and Zakynthos and from Bacau. in Athens with ticket prices starting at 19,99 euros / segment, taxes and a free change included.

As part of its positioning strategy as the first ultra-low-cost air transport option for Romanians, Blue Air focuses on expanding its network and providing efficient connections with destinations of major interest for both the leisure segment and the business at the most affordable travel rates.

For the first time in 16 years of operation, Blue Air has launched a daily direct service from Bucharest to Athens and two flights a week from Bacau to Athens, allocating a significant part of its leisure capacity from Bucharest to Greece this summer the introduction of two services per week to four Greek islands in the top of tourist preferences.

Blue Air operates 17 direct weekly flights between Romania and Greece during the 2021 Summer Schedule, with the following frequencies:

  • Bucharest - Athens: 7 flights / week
  • Bacau - Athens: 2 flights / week
  • Bucharest - Heraklion: 2 flights / week
  • Bucharest - Rhodes: 2 flights / week
  • Bucharest - Mykonos: 2 flights / week
  • Bucharest - Zakynthos: 2 flights / week

Blue Air connects Greece with all regions in Romania through 5 connecting flights between Athens and 5 key cities in Romania (via Bucharest Otopeni): Cluj Napoca, Iasi, Oradea, Suceava, Timisoara.

Blue Air is the largest air operator between Greece and Romania
Blue Air is the largest air operator between Greece and Romania

Krassimir Tanev, Commercial Director, Blue Air: "We are delighted with the launch of our network to Greece this year, as this is a market in high demand by our customers. Starting this summer, Blue Air is not only launching its first direct service to Greece, but also becoming the largest airline between the two markets for the benefit of our customers who can now enjoy more affordable travel options from at 19,99 euros."

Ioanna Papadopoulou, Director of Communication and Marketing at Athens International Airport: "We are really excited to see our long-term partner, Blue Air, operating so dynamically in the Athens market this summer, with an improved network to / from Athens, offering a wide range of options for the traveling public. We are fully committed to substantially supporting the success of Blue Air operations in our market.".

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