Romanian carrier Blue Air is to open a new base in Iasi, Romania with 2 new based Boeing 737-800aircraft and 11 new routes plus 12 connections with 46 weekly flights during Summer 2022, including a new connection to Dublin operating three times weekly on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays using Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

Flightdata24 data reveals the carrier is currently operating two aircraft from Iasi (IAS) a Boeing 737-500 and Boeing 737-800 non-based integrated with existing Bucharest (OTP) schedules on w-routings. The first Dublin flight was operated by YR-BMQ Boeing 737-8FH c/n 35101 on Wednesday on 20th April.

Blue Air Chief Commercial Officer Krassimir Tanev stated “We are delighted to announce the opening of our new base in Iasi, which will deliver increased connectivity with 2 based aircraft and 46 weekly flights across 11 new routes, connecting IASI with central airports of the cities such as London, Paris, Dublin, Barcelona, Dusseldorf, Brussels on a year-round basis.  Blue Air is committed to continuing to reinforce its position by growing its network in Iasi to 25 destinations and plans to base 4 Boeing 737-MAX-8, effective Summer 23. “

Flight details:

BLU6855 departs Iasi (IAS) 16:55 arrives Dublin (DUB) 18:45

BLU6856 departs Dublin (DUB) 19:25 arrives Iasi (IAS) 01:30

Iasi airport is located approximately 25 km away from the Romania-Moldova border.

Blue Air operates an extensive route network to Romania from Dublin operating to Bacau (BCM), Bucharest (OTP), Cluj (CLJ) and Iasi (IAS).

Image courtesy of Blue Air

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