Blue Air, the first smart flying company in Romania said it would add new destinations to Greece, Cyprus and Italy.

Moreover, through Arad-Barcelona (Reus), Bacau-Polonia and Bacau – Milan flights, the passengers will have the possibility of boarding from two other airports in the country.

According to representatives of the carrier, the new destinations are: from Baneasa airport to Salonic on Thursdays and Sundays, Paphos in Thursdays and Sundays and Napoli on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; from Bacau to Bologna in Mondays, and Thursdays, to Milan on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays and from Arad to Reus in Tuesdays and Saturdays. The international destinations between Paphos and Salonic will be operated in Thursdays and Sundays.

The new destinations available for the summer travel are: Paris and Lyon (France), Larnaca, Paphos, Barcelona, Madrid, Malaga, Reus and Valencia, Brussels, Lisbon, Milan, Torino Cuneo, Bologna, Rome, Napoli, Catania, Verona, Berlin, Koln, Stuttgart, London, Salonic.

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Blue Air has 100% Romanian capital. The company is authorized to operate regular national and international flights, charter flights on demand, charter passenger flights and cargo transportations. The fleet of the company includes eight Boeing 737 aircrafts: four 737-300, here 747-400 and the new 737-800 Next Generation (configured with 189 seats). The company will increase fleet by two more Boeing 737-800 Next Generation aircrafts by the end of 2009.

The low-fare carrier sealed two acquisition contracts for five Boeing 737 Next Generation (two in 800 range and three from 900 range), to serve Blue Air flights.

Blue Air carried over 900,000 passengers in 2007, namely 100% increase in traffic compared to previous year. In 2005, the company had carried roughly 240,000 passengers. The occupancy rate reached 83% last year, up from 77% in 2006.