Blue Air is celebrating Saturday the start of a connection to the Romanian city of Cluj-Napoca from Hamburg. The city has castles, fortresses, botanic gardens and museums and is an ideal starting point for travelling across Transylvania or the Carpathian Mountains. The airline will fly twice weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays to Cluj-Napoca – an entirely new destination in Hamburg Airport’s network. “Cluj-Napoca counts among Romania’s most frequently visited cities. Diverse travel offers are emerging for our passengers thanks to this new route – for family trips, city or business trips,” said Dr. Jörgen Kearsley, Head of Aviation Marketing am Hamburg Airport.
Growing economic relations between Romania and Germany
The Transylvanian region is not merely a tourist magnet. “We have no doubt that this new route will be another success thanks to the growing IT sector and trade relations between Germany and Romania and especially Transylvania which has developed rapidly in this respect. ,” said Tudor Constantinescu, Blue Air Chief Commercial Officer.
14 new destinations in summer schedule
Around 60 airlines fly to 130 destinations from Hamburg Airport . “Whether for city trips, beach holidays or visiting families – demand for flights is high in Hamburg and the metropolitan region,” said Michael Eggenschwiler, CEO of Hamburg Airport. A total of 14 new destinations have been added to the summer schedule from Hamburg in 2017.
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