Carpatair off to a flying start at London Luton
Published: 24 December 2013
Carpatair, one of Romania’s leading airlines, launched services this week from London Luton Airport to Chisinau, the capital city of the Republic of Moldova.
Services operate twice weekly on Thursdays and Sundays, with fares starting from as little as £103 (fare and taxes included).
A 148 seat Boeing 737-300, services the route with tickets on sale at www.carpatair.com and through the Global Distributions Systems via IATA travel agencies in the UK and worldwide.
Simon Harley, Airline Development Manager at London Luton Airport, said: “It is fantastic that Carpatair are now operating from London Luton. This is our first service to the Republic of Moldova and to be able to launch a new destination with yet another new carrier choosing to come to London Luton is testament to the Airport’s convenient location and efficient operations. With Carpatair’s quality onboard service and competitive fares, we are sure the Chisinau flights will be a great success.”
Carpatair Network & Revenue Management Director, Darie Andron, said: “We are delighted to connect the Moldovan and English capitals with our new flights. Responding to our customers’ needs we look forward to serving passengers on this route and making it a further part of this exciting success story.”
Pictured R to L: Simon Harley, Airline Development Manager, London Luton Airport and the Carpatair cabin crew.
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Notes to Editors
London Luton Airport is one of the UK’s largest airports and carried 9.6 million passengers in 2012. The Airport directly and indirectly employs over 600 and 8,000 staff respectively, is a key economic driver for the region and a major base for ‘low cost’ or ‘no frills’ air travel.
easyJet, Wizz Air, Ryanair, Monarch, Thomson, EL AL, Blue Air, TAROM and Carpatair operate from the airport, departing to over 100 destinations including services to Europe, Africa, and Asia, with onward connections to Mumbai, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, Beijing and Bangkok via Tel Aviv.