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February 5th, 2010

Romanian expansion for Wizz Air

Wizz Air are expanding their operation in Romania and from the end of June 2010 will launch three new routes from the Romanian capital Bucharest (Baneasa). They will begin flying twice per week to Cuneo, Weeze and Zaragoza. At the same time they will also launch new routes from Cluj-Napoca to Weeze and Zaragoza.

July 26th, 2009

Wizz Air to replace some MyAir routes

Wizz Air will replace some routes operated by suspended airline MyAir. They have put three new routes on sale from their Bucharest (Baneasa) base to destinations in Italy including Naples, Bologna (Forli) and Catania. The new routes begin in September / October 2009.

February 17th, 2009

New MyAir routes from Rimini

MyAir will begin operating two new routes from Rimini on 08 May 2009. They are due to begin weekly flights to both Bucharest (Baneasa) and Paris (Charles de Gaulle).

May 5th, 2008

Blue Air to fly to Sibiu

Blue Air will begin flights next month to the Transylvanian city of Sibiu. From 01 June 2008, they will begin flights to Sibiu from Stuttgart and Bucharest (Baneasa). From 14 June, they will also launch flights to Sibiu from Cologne-Bonn.

February 22nd, 2008

Blue Air to launch Romania to Cyprus flights

Romanian low-cost airline Blue Air will launch flights from their Bucharest (Baneasa) base to Larnaca, Cyprus. They will fly three times per week on this route from 30 March 2008.

January 11th, 2008

New MyAir routes for summer

MyAir, the Italian low-cost airline, will add two new routes this summer. From the end of May 2008 they will launch flights from Bologna (Guglielmo Marconi) to Catania and from Bucharest (Baneasa) to Palermo. These can be booked now at www.myair.com.

January 2nd, 2008

easyJet to move Bucharest airports in March

easyJet are due to move their flights to London (Gatwick) and Milan (Malpensa) from Bucharest (Otopeni) airport to Bucharest (Baneasa). This move will take place at the end of March 2008.

November 12th, 2007

Wizz Air expansion at Bucharest

From 28 February 2008, Wizz Air will begin three new routes from Bucharest (Baneasa). They will begin flying three times per week to Milan (Orio al Serio) and Brussels (Charleroi), and four times per week to Cluj-Napoca.

Bucharest (Baneasa) to Cluj-Napoca will become the first domestic low-cost airline route in Romania. Flights for all of these new destinations are available to buy from today.

October 28th, 2007

New MyAir flights from Milan and Bucharest

MyAir will launch two new routes in December 2007, including flights from Milan (Orio al Serio) to Venice (Marco Polo), and Bucharest (Baneasa) to Brussels (International). These flights begin on 03 and 15 December respectively.

August 5th, 2007

Another Wizz Air route from Bucharest

Wizz Air will add another new route from their Bucharest (Baneasa) base next February. They will begin flying between Bucharest (Baneasa) and Venice (Treviso) from 28 February 2008.

July 26th, 2007

New easyJet routes to Gdansk, Bucharest and others

easyJet have put 12 new routes on sale, including their first routes to Gdansk. They will fly to Gdansk from Bristol, Edinburgh and London (Gatwick). They will also begin flying to Bucharest (Baneasa) from London (Gatwick) and Madrid, to Innsbruck from Bristol and London (Gatwick), from Madrid to Paris (Charles de Gaulle) and Palma, from Nice to Brussels (International), and from Milan (Malpensa) to Barcelona and Bari.

Tickets for these new routes are available to purchase now.

July 17th, 2007

New Bucharest connection from London Stansted

The Romanian low-cost airline, Blue Air, will begin flights from their Bucharest (Baneasa) base to London (Stansted) this winter. They will begin flying on this route from the end of October 2007.

June 30th, 2007

Blue Air to fly to Stuttgart

Romanian low-cost airline Blue Air will begin flying to Stuttgart this autumn. They will add routes from Arad and Bucharest (Baneasa), and tickets will go on sale from the beginning of July.

June 16th, 2007

Vienna and Bucharest become new easyJet destinations

easyJet have announced flights to two new cities, to be launched later in the year. They will begin flying from their London (Luton) base to the Austrian capital, Vienna, from 29 October 2007. From this September, they will also launch flights from their Milan (Malpensa) base to the Romanian capital, Bucharest (Baneasa). These flights can be booked now.

May 8th, 2007

On Air – low-cost airline connections from Pescara

We have added details of On Air, a low-cost airline based at Pescara in Italy, which aims to increase the level of tourism in the Abruzzo region. They either currently or are scheduled to fly to Pescara from a number of cities across Europe, including Lviv, Kiev, Paris (Charles de Gaulle), Brussels (Charleroi), Munich, Split, Bucharest (Baneasa) and Heraklion.

April 8th, 2007

Summer Italian routes with MyAir

MyAir will launch a number of new routes during June and July 2007. These will include flights from:

March 28th, 2007

MyAir to begin flights to Ibiza

MyAir will begin summer flights from their various hub airports to Ibiza this summer. From mid-July 2007, they will begin flying to Ibiza from Bucharest (Baneasa), Bologna (Guglielmo Marconi), Venice (Marco Polo), Bari and Milan (Orio al Serio).

February 22nd, 2007

MyAir to begin flights between Bucharest and Barcelona

Italian low-cost airline MyAir will begin flights from Bucharest (Baneasa) to Barcelona. Flights will begin on 01 June 2007. This will be a new departure for them because currently, all of their routes from Bucharest (Baneasa) are to destinations in Italy.

February 10th, 2007

Blue Air to start flights from Romania to Lisbon

The Romanian low-cost airline Blue Air will begin flights from their Bucharest (Baneasa) base to Lisbon. From 25 March 2007 they will fly twice per week.

January 21st, 2007

Additional flights to Bucharest from Milan

Italian low-cost airline MyAir will shortly increase their capacity from Milan to the Romanian capital, Bucharest. They already fly from Milan (Orio al Serio) to Bucharest (Baneasa), but from 01 February they will also begin flying to Bucharest (Baneasa) from Milan (Malpensa).

December 19th, 2006

SkyEurope to open base at Vienna

Despite only being a short distance from their Bratislava base, Central European low-cost airline Sky Europe will open a base at Vienna from 25 March 2007. Traditionally, Vienna has been ignored by many low-cost airlines due to the high landing fees that airlines must pay to fly there.

From March 2007, Sky Europe will fly from Vienna to Barcelona, Amsterdam, Brussels (International), Paris (Orly), Nice, Venice (Treviso), Florence, Rimini, Bucharest (Baneasa), Sofia, Athens, Thessaloniki, Larnaca, Zadar, Dubrovnik and Split.

November 25th, 2006

Germanwings summer 2007 schedule on sale

Germanwings have put flights on sale until the end of October 2007. This includes a number of new routes from their Stuttgart, Cologne-Bonn, Berlin (Schoenefeld) and Hamburg (Fuhlsbuettel) bases. Flights begin from the end of March.

From Cologne-Bonn they will begin flying to Alghero (Sardinia), Zadar (Croatia), Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Bucharest (Baneasa) (Romania), Sofia (Bulgaria), Bourgas (Bulgaria), Varna (Bulgaria) and Kavala. From Stuttgart they will begin flying to Bastia (Corsica), from Hamburg (Fuhlsbuettel) to Palma and from Berlin (Schoenefeld) to Bourgas (Bulgaria), Verona (Villafranca) (Bulgaria) and Balaton  (Hungary).

November 24th, 2006

MyAir to expand their network

Italian low-cost airline MyAir will add 10 new routes from their various bases from early next year. From 15 February 2007, they will begin flying from Milan (Orio al Serio) to Bordeaux, Marseille and Tirana, from Venice (Marco Polo) to Marseille and Lille and from Bologna (Guglielmo Marconi) to Bordeaux. From 15 March, they will begin flying from Bari to Bucharest (Baneasa), Genoa, Milan (Malpensa) and Paris (Charles de Gaulle).

October 21st, 2006

Blue Air to fly to Malaga

Blue Air will begin flying from their Bucharest (Baneasa) base to Malaga. From 15 December 2006 they will fly twice per week.

October 7th, 2006

MyAir announce new routes to Romania and Bulgaria

Italian low-cost airline MyAir will begin flying from Catania to Bucharest (Baneasa) (Romania) and from Bologna (Guglielmo Marconi) to Sofia (Bulgaria). These new routes will commence on on 19 December 2006 and 17 February 2007 respectively.

September 17th, 2006

Blue Air add winter routes

Romanian low-cost airline Blue Air will begin flying new routes from their Bucharest (Baneasa) base to Brussels (Charleroi), Cologne-Bonn and Bologna (Guglielmo Marconi) from 29 October 2006.

July 19th, 2006

New SkyEurope routes including Bucharest and Turin

Sky Europe will launch a new route between their Prague base and Turin, flying twice per week from 26 December 2006. They will also begin flying to Bucharest (Baneasa) from Rome (Fiumicino), beginning 29 December. From 01 February 2007, Sky Europe will also begin flying to Bucharest (Baneasa) from their Budapest base.

These new Romanian routes from Sky Europe may be as a consequence of the recent announcement by Wizz Air to expand into Romania.

June 27th, 2006

Wizz Air expands into Romania

Central European low-cost airline Wizz Air will continue to expand in January 2007, when they will launch an extensive network of flights to Romania.

From 16 January, they will launch 5 new routes from Bucharest (Baneasa) to London (Luton), Budapest, Barcelona, Dortmund and Rome (Ciampino). They will add 2 new routes from Tirgu Mures to Barcelona and Rome (Ciampino), and they will also begin flying between Arad and Milan (Orio al Serio).

March 28th, 2006

Blue Air route to Paris is saved

Blue Air had decided to drop their route from Bucharest (Baneasa) to Paris (Beauvais) from the end of March 2006. By popular demand, they have decided to reinstate it from 09 May 2006. They will fly twice per week.

February 23rd, 2006

MyAir to fly from Italy to Bulgaria and Romania

MyAir will launch 5 new routes on 13 April 2006. They will begin flying to Sofia in Bulgaria from Bologna (Guglielmo Marconi) and Milan (Orio al Serio), and to the Romanian airports of Timisoara, from Venice (Marco Polo) and Milan (Orio al Serio), and to Bucharest (Baneasa) from Rome (Ciampino).

February 18th, 2006

Blue Air to fly to Valencia from Bucharest

Blue Air will launch a route from their base at Bucharest (Baneasa) to Valencia on 14 March 2006.

January 22nd, 2006

Blue Air to begin flying to Frankfurt

From the end of March 2006, Romanian low-cost airline Blue Air will begin flying a new route between Bucharest (Baneasa) and Frankfurt (Hahn).

December 27th, 2005

Blue Air to fly to Verona

From 11 February, Blue Air will launch a new route from Bucharest (Baneasa) and Timisoara to Verona (Brescia). They will fly 3 times per week on these routes.

December 2nd, 2005

Blue Air to fly to Barcelona and Cuneo

The Romanian low-cost airline, Blue Air, will relocate their route from Bucharest (Baneasa) to Reus to Barcelona airport on 26 January 2006.

They will also launch a new route from Bucharest (Baneasa) to Cuneo on 17 January.

September 14th, 2005

SkyEurope to fly to Bulgaria and Romania

Next week, Wizz Air will begin operating their first flights from Budapest to the Bulgarian capital, Sofia. Today SkyEurope, one of the largest low-cost carriers in Central Europe has announced that they too will begin flying to Sofia, from their Bratislava base.

They will begin flying to Sofia on 09 December 2005. SkyEurope will also begin expanding into Romania by launching a route from Bratislava to Bucharest (Baneasa) on 12 December.

August 23rd, 2005

Blue Air launches route to Madrid

The Romanian low-cost airline Blue Air will launch a new route from Bucharest (Baneasa) to Madrid on 02 November 2005. They will fly twice per week on this new route.

June 23rd, 2005

MyAir expands routes to Naples

From 17 September 2005, MyAir will begin flying from their Venice and Bologna (Guglielmo Marconi) bases to Naples. They will also add a route from Naples to Bucharest (Baneasa).

April 20th, 2005

Air Maxi – Serbia’s first budget airline?

Air Maxi is a new low-cost airline being established by the Serbian operator, Aviogenex.

It is expected that they will be based in Belgrade and will initially launch routes to Dubrovnik, Bucharest, Ljubljana, Budapest and other EU destinations.

Route and airline information will be added to our database when tickets go on sale. Flights are expected to commence for the summer 2005 season.

April 8th, 2005

Blue Air move to Maastricht

Blue Air have modified their route from Bucharest to Dusseldorf, which will now operate to Maastricht (Aachen) instead of Dusseldorf.

March 1st, 2005

Blue Air add routes to Rome and Dusseldorf

Blue Air, the low-cost carrier based at Bucharest (Baneasa) have announced that they will launch 2 new routes on 27 March 2005.

The routes to Rome (Ciampino) and Dusseldorf are scheduled to fly for their summer season.

November 27th, 2004

Blue Air – Romania’s first low cost airline

In December 2004, Blue Air will begin their first flights. Blue Air is the first low-cost airline to emerge from Romania, with a base at Bucharest (Baneasa).

Initially, they will fly from Bucharest (Baneasa) to Milan (Orio al Serio), Timisoara, Reus and Lyon.

November 10th, 2004

MyAir announces routes to Bucharest

The new Italian low-cost start up airline, MyAir, have announced details of 2 new routes to Bucharest from their bases at Venice (Marco Polo) and Milan (Orio al Serio) on their launch date, 17 December 2004.

Tickets appear to be on sale now.

September 13th, 2004

Volareweb launch winter timetable

Volareweb have announced a large expansion for thier operation, based in Italy. On 31 October they will launch 10 new routes.

From Bologna, they will begin flights to Bari, Cagliari, Catania and Palermo. They will also begin flying routes from Bari to Catania and Palermo. At Milan, they will launch 2 new routes from different airports, from Malpensa they will fly to the Romanian capital of Bucharest and from Orio al Serio they will fly to Lamenzia-Terme. Finally, from Naples they will launch 2 new routes to Catania and Palermo.

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