Fortunately the start of the summer season is SWITCHED ON. Flights at thin prices, from 30 euros, will be between Bourgas and Transylvania.
The Romanian airline Blue Air will start flying on June 30 with regular flights in both directions between Burgas city and Cluj-Napoca in Transylvania. We are talking about a new low-cost line with extremely attractive prices.
This summer we hope to welcome even more Romanian tourists to Bourgas, Sunny Beach and the entire Southern Black Sea Coast. Burgas is a strategic market for Blue Air. It is up to the tourism industry to maintain this and other newly opened airlines. This is how we will advertise the region.
Cluj-Napoca is the second largest city in Romania. It is located in the northwestern part of the country and the administrative center of the county of Cluj and the historic capital of Transylvania. It is equidistant from Bucharest, Budapest and Belgrade, making it a strategic center for both tourism and business.
The idea of connecting Burgas by air with Cluj-Napoca is not new. It has been talked about for several years, but it was not until February 2021 that it really appeared in the media, when the company officially announced the start of the premiere route. Flights are operated weekly on Wednesdays and Sundays.