The new Boeing 737-300 Carpatair aircraft has been in operation since August 2013 (photo)
On 24 July 2013, I wrote one article about the evolution of the Carpatair airline, how he went from ecstasy to agony and I expect him to return to ecstasy.
I did a brief analysis of the fleet and how it evolved from 15 aircraft to just 4, at present. Here, the information provided by us has been confirmed. In addition to the 3 Fokker 100, Carpatair also purchased a Boeing 737-300, another one compared to the one used during May 2012 - May 2013.
New 737-300, with registration number YR-BBA, has a capacity of 148 of seats. Carpatair is continuing the process of changing its operating strategy and is seeking to purchase larger, medium-sized jet aircraft, allowing direct flights to be operated between various destinations in Europe.
Boeing 737-300 aircraft offer both the opportunity to access new markets and significantly reduce direct operating costs. For the first time in Romania, Airlines Travel announces the new aircraft Boeing 737-300 will operate in particular on direct routes between Italy and Romania, but also to the Republic of Moldova, as follows: Timisoara - Rome (FCO) Craiova - Rome (FCO) Chisinau - Rome (FCO) Chisinau - Bergamo, Chisinau - Venice.
The new livery is slightly changed from the one used on the previous 737-300 Boeing. The current 737-300 has engines painted in a pleasant green and inscribed with the name of the airline's website - carpatair.com.