Blue Air operational changes: fleet reduced, destinations eliminated, number of flights reduced.

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Blue Air, the only low-cost company in Romania, is going through difficult times due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It needs financial support from the authorities, and gthe government approved the rescue credit.

However, due to travel restrictions imposed by Romania and other EU countries, Blue Air decided to resume flights starting July 1, 2020. This can also be seen in the booking system. Blue Air has activated international flights and routes, But and internal routes, starting July 1.

At the same time, our sources informed us that Blue Air decided to reduce the fleet to 8 aircraft, a measure that comes with the drastic reduction of the operational program. And, more than likely, layoffs will be operated on.

Blue Air will keep the bases in Romania: Bucureşti (4 aircraft), Iaşi (1 aircraft), Bacau (1 plane). But also the international bases in Larnaca (1 plane) and Turin (1 plane).

Given the crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, it certainly does not need more planes for the routes and flights that now exist in the reservation system.

Blue Air destinations - valid from 1 July

OFFICIAL: The list of Blue Air destinations with flights from IAȘI, after 1 July 2020, and operating frequencies. OFFICIAL: List of Blue Air destinations with flights from Bacau, after 1 July 2020, and operating frequencies. OFFICIAL: List of Blue Air destinations with flights from Bucharest, after 1 July 2020, and operating frequencies.

Below is a list of destinations removed from the Blue Air system.

From the base in Turin give up routes: Turin - Comiso; Turin - Calabria region; Turin - Ibiza; Turin - Palma de Mallorca.

From the base in Bacau give up: Bacau - Bologna; Bacau - Madrid; Bacau - Athena; Bacau - Copenhagen; Bacau - Liverpool; Bacau - Oslo; Bacau - Stuttgart.

From the base in Bucharest give up routes: Bucharest - Bologna; Bucharest - Catania; Bucharest - Lisbon; Bucharest - Barcelona; Bucharest - Birmingham; Bucharest - Bordeaux ; Bucharest - Castellón; Bucharest - Madrid; Bucharest - Munich; Bucharest - Paris CDG.

From the base in Iasi give up routes: Iasi - Barcelona; Iasi - Verona; Iasi - Rome.

We are surprised by the routes removed from the Blue Air system. We were shocked that Blue Air decided to give up Madrid and Barcelona. Maybe it's a temporary decision and we will soon see new changes in the operational program.

We are optimistic, but at the same time realistic. Given that the COVID-19 pandemic is in full swing, we recommend caution and patience. Travel responsibly! We are also waiting to see the new travel conditions, which will be imposed by the authorities for social distancing.

* The routes and flight schedules are established by the airline in accordance with the laws and restrictions imposed by the authorities of those countries. For more information on routes, flights and airline tickets, contact Blue Air by visiting the website www.blueairweb.com/.

* AirlinesTravel is not responsible for operational changes, flights or airline tickets.

Thanks to Cristian Dumitru for the information!

5 Comments
  1. […] Blue Air, the only low-cost airline in Romania, is going through difficult times due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to travel restrictions imposed by Romania and other EU countries, Blue Air decided to resume flights starting July 1, 2020. At the same time, however, it was decided to reduce the fleet to 8 aircraft, a measure that comes with the drastic reduction of operational program, notes airlinestravel.ro. [...]

  2. Maria says

    Hello my husband has madrid bacau in august so i would like to know if there will be another flight

    1. Sorin Rusi says

      Currently, Blue Air no longer has flights to Barcelona and Madrid, regardless of the destination in Romania…

  3. Florin says

    Hello, I bought through the agency for July 26 3 round trip tickets Iasi Barcelona. The other day from the agency that took the tickets, he informed me that Blue Air went bankrupt and I don't think he will refund our money back?

    1. Sorin Rusi says

      Blue Air did not go bankrupt and flies very well. It just won't fly to Madrid and Barcelona anymore. The company has given alternatives, so you have the chance to recover your money or reschedule other trips. The travel agency lied to you if it told you that Blue Air went bankrupt to stop your money…

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