Oradea Airport in Romania welcomed Blue Air’s new twice-weekly service from Turin on 13 April. To celebrate, the airport baked this splendid cake which was cut by Vlad Cristescu, Senior Network Development Executive, Blue Air, and Pasztor Sandor, President Bihor Country Council. The route will be flown twice-weekly (Thursdays and Sundays) on the airline’s 737-500s according to OAG schedules.
On 13 April Blue Air commenced its latest route from Turin – Oradea in Romania. In celebration of the first flight, passengers were handed cupcakes while boarding. The route will be flown twice-weekly facing no direct competition.
- Blue Air has commenced its latest route from Turin (TRN) this week – Oradea (OMR) in Romania. The 1,115-kilometre sector, launched 13 April, will be served by the carrier twice-weekly (Thursdays and Sundays) on its fleet of 737-500s according to OAG schedules, with no other airlines serving the sector. With this launch, it means that the airline is operating 14 routes from Turin at the start of the S17 season, of which seven are domestic, on 91 weekly flights. Along with Oradea, it also links to Bacau and Bucharest in Romania from Turin. The Romanian carrier also links the Italian city to Berlin Schönefeld, Copenhagen, London Luton and Madrid. From Oradea, this is Blue Air’s first international link, with it currently only connecting the Romanian city to Bucharest. A third route to Oradea from Constanta will begin on 15 June. See how Oradea Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.