Tarom will introduce on October 30 a direct Iasi-Dublin route with weekly flights which will be executed in Boeing 737 aircraft, according to a press release from the air-carrier.
“Starting with the winter season, we will operate a new route from Iasi, to Dublin. We want to anticipate our Moldovian passengers’ needs and that is why we decided to develop our network of routes from iasi. At this point, Tarom operates direct flights between Iasi and Tel Aviv, Rome, London, Bologna, Turin and Milan”, according to Christian Heinzmann, general director of Tarom.
Tickets are available at prices starting at EUR 175 for return flights, with all taxes included.
Romanian media announced last month that Tarom it will introduce a Bucharest-Beijing direct route on September 16.
Last year, Tarom posted a RON 130.1 million (EUR 29.4 million) loss, down 44 percent y-o-y. This was above the company’s target for 2013, said company representatives. At the same time, the airline has increased its turnover by 3.5 percent to RON 1.08 billion (EUR 288 million).