Krakow Airport had a traditional route launch cake to celebrate the arrival of its newest airline partner Blue Air. Marking the carrier’s first ever route to Poland, the airline will offer three weekly flights on the 1,056-kilometre sector, with the carrier using a mixture of its 737-500s and 737-800s on the route, based on OAG schedules.
- Blue Air introduced its first services to Poland on 16 December, the day in which it launched a three times weekly service from its Turin (TRN) base to Krakow (KRK). The airline will operate flights on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, with it being the only operator to serve the 1,056-kilometre sector based on OAG schedules. “We are delighted to be able to inaugurate the first flight from Turin to Krakow. By offering three flights a week, we will provide passengers travelling for business and tourism from Italy to Krakow, an attractive, year-round connection. At the same time, we cannot wait for passengers flying from Krakow to Italy to also take advantage of further connections, such as Bucharest, Paris, Lisbon, London and other attractive destinations,” said Tudor Constantinescu, CCO of Blue Air on the new connection to Poland.