Blue Air Teams Up With Airpas

February/April 2017 – In February 2017 hybrid  airline Blue Air,  the biggest Romanian carrier, has chosen the Airpas’ software to bring their cost efficiency to new heights, opting for the full solution family in order to lower their flight costs as much as possible.

Blue Air Teams Up With Airpas

Only two months later Phase One was successfully completed and Blue Air went live with Airpas Transport Cost Manager. Streamlined processes, including contract and rate management, invoice verification and reporting will now ensure tight monitoring and control of the significant cost groups ground handling, airport and navigation charges.

Adriana Dumitru, CFO, Blue Air said:

“Our partnership with Airpas Aviation has opened up a whole new range of possibilities, changing the way we check our invoices and manage our financial processes. We are already feeling the benefits of using Airpas’ software and we hope our experiences with Airpas will continue to be helpful to our airline.”

Reinhold Renger, Managing Director of Airpas Aviation GmbH said:

“Blue Air is one of the rising stars amongst European airlines, with much potential for growth in this very competitive market. We are delighted to welcome this young airline to our growing customer base.”

About Blue Air: Blue Air has been operating for 12 years, now offering flights to over 90 direct routes in Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Spain and the United Kingdom. The company has eight operational bases, in Bucharest, Bacau, Cluj-Napoca, Constanta, Iasi, Larnaca, Liverpool and Turin.

Blue Air has received the certificate of IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) from the International Air Transportation Association (IATA) for its outstanding operational standards and it is now a full IATA member.

Blue Air is operating a fleet of Boeing 737 aircrafts, with retrofitted interior with state of the art Recaro seats allowing passengers a better and more comfortable experience during their flight.

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