From 5 September, Aeroexpress Regional, a Hungarian start-up airline, will operate direct flights from Hungary to Transylvania, Romania.
Flights will connect Budapest with Cluj-Napoca and Debrecen with Cluj-Napoca and Targu Mures. The new flights will operate three times a week for a two-month introductory period, during which time passenger feedback will be assessed, napi.hu reports.
According to information on the Aeroexpress Regional website, flights will operate on Monday, Wednesday and Friday until 28 October. The detailed timetable is published on the same website.
The founding shareholder of Aeroexpress Regional is BASe Airlines Zrt., a 100% Hungarian-owned company with 31 years of experience in the market and significant experience in regional aviation in Europe.
The Embraer 120 ER, a Brazilian-built passenger aircraft used by the airline, has been specially developed for the efficient and economical operation of short-haul regional flights, the statement said.
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Source: napi.hu, MTI, aeroexpress-regional.hu
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