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November 25, 2020
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Blue Air partners with Amadeus for global flight booking system


Blue Air is the hybrid airline company most favored in Central Europe and operates 42 regular routes in Belgium, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Spain and United Kingdom, and supplementary charter operations (mainly for destinations around the Mediterranean.)
Blue Air has a fleet of over 15 modern Boeing 737 airplanes. Its extended network will allow Blue Air to increase traffic from 1.5 million passengers in 2014 to over 2.5 million in 2017. Blue Air currently has a team of over 750 highly-qualified aviation specialists and a 10-year safety record.

The agreement allows the local hybrid airline company to distribute its offers to tourism agencies at global level, through the Amadeus complete booking system.
The partnership between Blue Air and Amadeus integrates a wide range of flights on European routes for the online and offline users of Amadeus. The agreement is part of Blue Air’s strategy to boost its number of passengers from 1.5 million in 2014 to 2.5 million in 2017. Likewise, Amadeus reiterates its commitment to ensure the best airline company offers for tourism agencies, including the offers of important local market operators.
According to the agreement, all Amadeus partners are given full access to the content of Blue Air offers, up to the last seat available. This guarantees equal access to resources through all sale channels, including on the airline’s website, as well as the transparency and veracity of information posted in the system, both at the level of the tourism agency as well as that of the traveler. The e-ticketing system is available through BSP in Romania, Germany, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, France, Cyprus, Greece, Israel and Belgium.
Tudor Constantinescu, Blue Air Commercial Director, stated: “We are very pleased that Amadeus has become our global distribution partner. Thanks to this important partnership we are in the position to have all our offers available for partner agencies that use e-ticketing. This means Amadeus users can sell all 42 regular Blue Air destinations in Belgium, Cyprus, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Romania, Spain and United Kingdom. The partnership with Amadeus is one of the key steps for Blue Air in the process of expanding its operations.”
Robert Komartin, Amadeus Romania CEO, stated: “Implementing Blue Air, the second largest airline operator in Romania, is another example of our commitment to offer the widest range of content to Amadeus partners. Tourism agencies are now able to offer a vast range of flight tickets to their clients, thus putting at their disposal a better service and contributing to the agencies’ revenue growth. On the other hand, Blue Air can access a range of passengers with higher profitability, such as business travelers.”
Blue Air is the hybrid airline company most favored in Central Europe and operates 42 regular routes in Belgium, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Spain and United Kingdom, and supplementary charter operations (mainly for destinations around the Mediterranean.)
Blue Air has a fleet of over 15 modern Boeing 737 airplanes. Its extended network will allow Blue Air to increase traffic from 1.5 million passengers in 2014 to over 2.5 million in 2017. Blue Air currently has a team of over 750 highly-qualified aviation specialists and a 10-year safety record.

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