Romanian carrier Blue Air said on Monday it has set a new base in UK’s Liverpool from where it will launch four new routes – to Rome, Milan, Hamburg and Alicante – starting next summer. The new base in Liverpool, the air carrier’s eighth in Europe, will create 35 new jobs in the company, Blue Air said in a statement, says SeeNews.com.
Blue Air will be locating a 189-seat Boeing 737-800 aircraft at Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport at the beginning of the summer 2017 season, when it will also introduce the new routes. The Romanian air carrier will introduce a daily departure to Rome Fiumicino, four times a week to Milan Bergamo, four times a week to Hamburg and a three times a week service to Alicante. These new services will complement Blue Air’s existing flights from Liverpool to three destinations in Romania and are expected to be popular with both departing passengers from across the region and arriving international visitors too, Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport representatives said in a separate statement.
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