Blue Air celebrated the start of its first services to Berlin Tegel from Turin on 2 May. The 914-kilometre sector will be served thrice-weekly (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) according to OAG Schedules Analyser data. Seen celebrating the start of services by the carrier to the German airport are Diana Wesser, Sales Manager Germany, Blue Air, and Andreas Ley, Airline Marketing, Berlin Brandenburg Airport.
London Luton Airport celebrated the start of Blue Air services to Larnaca with a traditional route launch cake. Services on the 3,285-kilometre sector will be flown thrice-weekly (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) in direct competition with Monarch Airlines and Thomson Airways according to OAG Schedules Analsyser data.
- Blue Air commenced two routes during the past two weeks, starting with services between Larnaca (LCA) and London Luton (LTN) on 25 April. The 3,285-kilometre connection between the two airports will be operated thrice-weekly (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) onboard the carrier’s 737-800 fleet according to OAG Schedules Analyser data. The second route started by the airline was on 2 May between Turin (TRN) and Berlin Tegel (TXL). The 914-kilometre sector will also operate thrice-weekly on the same days as the former route. A city pair flown onboard the carrier’s 737-400 fleet, flights between Turin and the German capital will face no direct incumbents. Services between Larnaca and Luton will see direct competition from Monarch Airlines (thrice-weekly) and Thomson Airways (weekly). Larnaca becomes the fifth route for Blue Air from Luton, with it already serving Bacau, Bucharest, Iasi (all in Romania) and Turin, while Berlin is a new destination on the Blue Air route map.