Blue Air commences a new three times weekly service from Cluj-Napoca to Birmingham Airport

Paul Kehoe, CEO at Birmingham Airport (left) with Vlad Cristescu, Network Development Executive
at Blue Air (right), with members of Blue Air’s cabin crew

Blue Air, Romania's largest hybrid carrier, has launched three times weekly flights
from Cluj-Napoca, the second largest city in Romania, to Birmingham Airport

The route launch follows in quick succession from the airline’s announcement
of its new route between Birmingham and Larnaca starting in March 2017 and
its inaugural Bucharest launch which was celebrated in March this year

Paul Kehoe, Chief Executive Officer at Birmingham Airport, said: "Blue Air has
had a very successful few months at Birmingham Airport flying thousands of
passengers to and from the Romanian capital city of Bucharest. We are delighted
that they are already introducing this second route to Cluj-Napoca. The Romanian
city will be a popular city break destination for our passengers as it is a cultural
and historic centre home to universities, great nightlife and landmarks dating to
Saxon and Hungarian rule. We look forward to seeing the carrier continue to go
from strength to strength here at Birmingham Airport"

Tudor Constantinescu, Chief Commercial Officer at Blue Air, said: "It is indeed
a proud moment for us at Blue Air to enhance our presence at Birmingham with
the addition of thrice-weekly flights to and from the heart of Transylvania –
Cluj-Napoca, adding to the existing Bucharest operation. We are also gearing up
to introduce even more flights to Birmingham by adding another service from
our Larnaca base starting in March 2017

Served by a 189 seat Boeing 737-800 aircraft, Blue Air will fly to Cluj-Napoca
from Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday - the schedule effective from Friday
16 December 2016 as follows -

Depart Cluj-Napoca 1000 / Arrive Birmingham 1130
Depart Birmingham 1215 / Arrive Cluj-Napoca 1715
Monday 19 December 2016


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