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Blue Air Now Operating 17 Weekly Frequencies to 5 Greek Destinations

A Boeing 737 aircraft of Blue Air landed at Athens Airport on June 9.

Blue Air is operating 17 weekly frequencies from Romania to five Greek destinations as part of its 2021 summer schedule.

The carrier launched its Greece services from Romania in late April and now operates flights from Bucharest to Athens, Heraklion, Mykonos, Rhodes and Zakynthos.

For the first time in its 16-year history, Blue Air is operating a direct daily service to Athens.

“Blue Air is connecting Greece with all regions in Romania through five one-stop services between Athens and five key Romanian cities, via Bucharest Otopeni: Cluj Napoca, Iasi, Oradea, Suceava, Timisoara,” the carrier said.

The airline’s Greece-Romania services are the following:

Bucharest – Athens: 7 flights/week
Bacau – Athens: 2 flights/week
Bucharest – Heraklion: 2 flights/week
Bucharest – Rhodes: 2 flights/week
Bucharest – Mykonos: 2 flights/week
Bucharest – Zakynthos: 2 flights/week

Ioanna Papadopoulou and Krassimir Tanev

“We are truly happy with our Greek network opening this year as this was a very highly demanded market by our customers,” Blue Air Chief Commercial Officer Krassimir Tanev said.

On her part, Athens International Airport Communications and Marketing Director Ioanna Papadopoulou welcomed Blue Air’s services to Athens.

“We are truly excited to see our long-standing  partner, Blue Air, dynamically operating in the Athens market this summer, with an enhanced network of flights,” she said.

BBT Air – Aviation Services is Blue Air’s General Sales Agent (GSA) in Greece.

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