FlyLili to Launch Brașov Flights to Six European Cities


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The airline FlyLili will start, starting from June 15, flights from Brașov – Ghimbav International Airport, connecting Brașov County  with some of the most important European cities, Adrian Ioan Veștea, the Minister of Development and former president of Brasov County Council.

Therefore, as of June, there will be flights from Brasov to Munich, Nürnberg, Stuttgart, Rome, Thessaloniki and Istanbul, and starting July from Brasov to Milan and Barcelona.

According to the local authorities, additional destinations to France and Israel are planned for the end of the year. The frequency will be three flights per week.

In the autumn of last year, the airline company Dan Air announced that it is giving up operations from the airport in Brașov, and flights will be transferred to the airport in Bacău. The Dan Air representatives motivated the decision by postponing the extension of Brașov Airport’s operating hours for January 2024.

FlyLili is a Romanian charter airline based at Aurel Vlaicu International Airport in Bucharest. FlyLili has operated so far leisure charter flights from Bucharest-Baneasa to destinations in Turkey, Egypt and Tunisia.
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