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September 24, 2021

Carpatair turnover up 14 pc last year

Carpatair’s turnover rose by 14 per cent last year compared to 2009, to EUR 74 M, and the number of passengers rose by 13 per cent, the flight operator announced, yesterday. “The 2010 figures are the result of the expansion strategy initiated in 2009 and continued in 2010. Thus, last year, Carpatair added two new operational bases (Craiova and Bacau) to the two existing ones (Timisoara and Bucharest). At the same time, the company introduced six new destinations, boosting by 14 per cent the total number of flights operated in 2010,” is stated in a release by Carpatair.

According to Carpatair’s marketing and sales deputy president, Paula Ardelean, another important step taken in 2010 was the launch of the Bucharest-Milan flights, having for destination the Linate Airport in Milan. This year, the company also entered the holiday tourism market, launching personalised City Breaks packages for ten destinations it operates in Italy, Greece and Germany. The new Carpatair service includes roundtrip transportation and three nights’ accommodation at 3 and 4 stars’ hotels, breakfast included. Founded in 1999, Carpatair offers over 360 flights a week, to 30 destinations in six countries. The company operates on ten domestic airports and 18 external ones.

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