Starting June 21 of this year, Blue Air announced the reopening of regular flights from Cyprus on the following routes: Larnaca – Athens, Larnaca – Thessaloniki, and Larnaca - Bucharest.
Blue Air has announced its winter schedule and as from October 27 to March 28, 2020, passengers can travel with Blue Air directly to Athens with 13 flights a week, to Thessaloniki with six flights a week and to Bucharest, six flights per week.
Wizz Air, an airline group including Wizz Air UK, launched three new routes from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to the Romanian cities of Bucharest, Cluj and Iasi, commencing at the end of October.
Bucharest-headquartered Blue Air is launching new flights from Liverpool, the UK to Malaga and Majorca, Spain.
Greece is emerging as a top destination for Romanian holidaymakers with 35 percent more organised tour reservations having been booked from the country so far this year.
Wizz Air announced plans to introduce seven new destinations from its Iasi, Romania hub, while also revealing a new service to Brussels South Charleroi Airport from July 08 this year.
According to preliminary data provided by representatives of Bukovel, a ski resort, reported in the Ivano-Frankivsk regional state administration, the number of tourists to the Carpathian mountainous region of Ukraine increased from 1.5 million to two million this winter season.
Blue Air has revealed plans to further grow its network for the next summer season.
It is clear that Romania aspires to be recognised as much more than just a business destination, and as noted by Severa, the country aims to reach its full potential by exploiting niche segments to offer most forms of tourism.