Blue Air started operating the flights Cluj - Constanța, on June 20
International Airport Avram Iancu Cluj announces today the resumption of direct flights to Constanta, one of the most anticipated holiday destinations of the 2022 summer season.
Today, the first flights of this summer season to Constanța, operated by Blue Air, have started from Cluj International Airport. Flights to the Black Sea coast will be operated for the first time with 3 weekly frequencies, in the days of Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and later with 2 weekly frequencies (Monday and Friday), as follows:
Just an hour away, the route that connects Cluj-Napoca to Constanța facilitates trips to the Black Sea coast, both for Cluj residents and for passengers from all over Transylvania.
As in previous years, Cluj Airport and Blue Air meet the connectivity needs of passengers in the tourist traffic segment and offer attractive travel options at affordable prices to the Black Sea Riviera. These direct seasonal flights will contribute to the rediscovery of the Romanian tourist objectives, thus supporting domestic tourism.
Mr. Viorel Federiga, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the International Airport Avram Iancu Cluj, sent the following: "We are convinced that the flights to Constanta, will continue to enjoy the appreciation of our passengers and those of the entire region served by the airport of Cluj and they will, of course, contribute to the recovery of air traffic before the pandemic. "
Mr. David Ciceo, Director General of the International Airport Avram Iancu Cluj specified: "Today we officially start the holidays on the Black Sea coast, by resuming direct flights to Constanta, from Cluj International Airport. It is a time awaited by many passengers, because it is a traditional destination that perfectly complements the variety of holiday destinations available from Cluj airport. At the same time, increasing tourist traffic is one of the priorities of Cluj International Airport, and flights to Constanta bring fast connectivity to passengers who choose to support domestic tourism, while contributing to the development of national tourism and economic relations. "
Flights are already available for sale, and you can find more details about them by visiting the site www.flyblueair.com.
Currently, along with the flights to the Black Sea coast resumed today, Blue Air has 5 more destinations in operation, namely Bucharest Otopeni, Dublin, Heraklion, Rhodes and Zakynthos and another 7 destinations that will resume in 2022, as follows: Valencia, Barcelona, Malaga, Madrid, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Amsterdam and London Luton.