Air Italy Chooses Tayaran Jet
Updated: May 3, 2019
From 3 May the leading Italian carrier Air Italy takes off with a Boeing 737/300 of the Bulgarian company in order to make a line on the North / South Italy route.
Tayaran Jet, a Bulgarian airline operating in ACMI service since last August with the Italian company FlyErnest, will also supply its own aircraft to Air Italy for scheduled flights on the North / South Italy route. Six routes per day will connect Malpensa / Catania, Malpensa / Naples and Malpensa / Cagliari airports. Today the program starts with the first flight - Malpensa / Cagliari.
The Bulgarian carrier, with over 1600 hours of activity and 194,000 passengers transported, confirms the quality standard of its product and its structure, earning the important cooperation with the Italian company, registering also 94% of punctuality of flights in nine months of full activity.
"We are really excited to start this partnership with the prestigious Italian airline. This is only the first phase of our cooperation and we are anxious to expand the even more interesting projects as the creation of new and better connections" the Yellowblue management says.
Basically, this would mean an expansion of the Bulgarian carrier Boeing 737/300 fleet.