Blue Air launched the first ultra-low-cost direct flight from Iași to London Heathrow, Terminal 2, introducing 2 weekly flights starting with May 29, 2021. Ticket prices will start at 19.99 euros/flight segment, and all reservations include a free of charge option for changing flight dates, according to a company’s press release.

Starting May 29, 2021, Blue Air operates 2 weekly flights between Iași and London Heathrow, which are scheduled on Tuesdays and Saturdays, as follows:

IAS 18:20 LHR 19:35
LHR 20:25 IAS 01:30 (local time)

With the new flight from Iași to London, Blue Air now connects Iasi with 14 domestic and international destinations, and offers 12 connecting flights from Iasi through its hub in Bucharest during the 2021 summer schedule.

Blue Air has plans to open a permanent base in Iași

Blue Air has also announced the plan to open a permanent base in Iași starting with the summer of 2022, planning to operate direct flights from Iași to the most important destinations in Europe, such as London-Heathrow, Barcelona, Rome and Paris-Charles de Gaulle.

Krassimir Tanev, Blue Air’s sales director, announced: “We are excited to launch the first direct flight from Iași to London Heathrow, the largest airport in the UK and one of the best connected hubs in Europe and the world and to offer our customers from Iași reliable connections with 14 key domestic and international destinations. Blue Air will continue its expansion at Iași Airport with the opening of its base in Iași in the summer of 2022, which will mean better travel options at affordable prices for our customers in Iași. ”

Blue Air is the largest Romanian airline in terms of the number of passengers transported, with an Ultra-Low-Cost (ULC) business model and an approach focused on passenger needs.

With a team of over 1,000 aviation professionals, Blue Air has an impeccable history of flight safety. The company operates Boeing 737 aircraft. The company is certified IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for exceptional operating standards and is a full member of IATA.

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