Starting from 20 March, with two flights per week

Flydubai launches its flights to Cluj Napoca, Romanian

The airline's flights to Romania increase to 16 weekly flights.

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"Fly Dubai" company announced the launch of its flights to "Cluj Napoca" in Romania, as the carrier will operate its flights to this destination at the rate of two flights per week between Dubai International Airport and "Avram Ianco" International Airport Cluj, starting from the 20th of next March.

In a statement yesterday, flydubai indicated that it currently operates two flights per day between Dubai Airport and the "Henri Coanda" International Airport in Bucharest, explaining that with the start of flights to "Cluj Napoca" in March, the carrier will increase its flights to the Romanian market to 16 flights per week. .

She stated that the flights to this new destination will be part of the code-shared flights with Emirates Airlines, which provides passengers with smoother connections through Dubai Airport to 155 destinations between the Emirates Airlines network and the flydubai network, including Australia, China and the ocean. Indian, Japan, South Asia and the United States.

"We started our operations for the first time to Bucharest with four flights per week in 2012, and since then the carrier has more than tripled its operations in the market with the growth in demand for trade and freight traffic between Romania and the UAE," said flydubai's CEO, Ghaith Al Ghaith. .

In turn, the first vice president of commercial operations and e-commerce at flydubai, Jihon Effendi, said, “The new (flydubai) service will be available to more than 3.5 million people who live within a few hours' drive from the airport, providing convenience through airlines. Direct to Dubai ».

It is noteworthy that «Cluj Napoca», the second largest city in Romania and characterized by one of the most vibrant economies in the country, is the largest center of innovation and business opportunities in the territory of Transylvania.

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