FlyOne, Moldova’s only low-cost carrier, has started twice-weekly low fare direct services from its Chișinău International airport (KIV) base to London’s Southend Airport (SEN).
The new service, which started on July 19, provides passengers with an alternative means to catch up with their relatives or to visit the UK’s capital city, privately-owned FlyOne says. Currently, Air Moldova serves London with flights to Stansted airport as does Hungary’s Wizz Air which flies to Luton airport from Moldova’s capital.
“FlyOne has launched direct flights to London as a result of our customers’ requests for an affordable alternative to visit their friends and families,” states Mircea Maleca, general director of FlyOne.
The new Southend destination is the 11th in the company’s portfolio and is operated by an Airbus A319 aircraft.
LCC FlyOne was launched in 2016 and currently operates direct flights from the country’s capital to 11 destinations, which include seven scheduled services to London, Moscow, Parma, Verona, Dublin, Lisbon and Paris, and four charter routes to Antalya, Heraklion, Sharm El Sheikh and Bodrum.
The airline operates a fleet made of five Airbus A320 family aircraft.
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