HiSky announces the launch of the first scheduled flight from Iasi International Airport. There are two flights a week (Monday and Thursday) to the capital of Ireland - Dublin. The flight prices start at only 49 euros, and tickets are already available on www.hisky.aero and at our partner agencies. The operation of the new route will start on April 26 and will be carried out with an Airbus A-320 aircraft.
The director of the company, Iulian Scorpan, expressed his certitude that HiSky will become an attractive alternative for the people of Iași:
"Dublin is a new destination for Iasi Airport and we are glad that HiSky will make possible the connection between Iasi and the capital of Ireland. We come with crews with many years of experience in aviation and a modern aircraft, able to meet the expectations of passengers in terms of flight comfort and safety. We are firmly convinced that the people of Iași who will board the HiSky aircraft at least once will want to return again and again."
In turn, Vasile Stoicea, the Provisional General Manager of R.A. Iasi Airport states: "With the launch of the Iasi-Dublin flight, our collaboration with HiSky becomes stronger, which means we will achieve an even better connectivity with the North-East region, including the Republic of Moldova, with one of the most important European cities. HiSky's presence in Iasi means diversity and the opportunity to meet the needs of our passengers. The new Iasi-Dublin route is mainly for those traveling for ethnic, business or tourist purposes, and we hope that it will be full of passengers. Last but not least, launching the operation of flights from the HiSky base in Iasi means trust and consolidating a business from which we will all benefit. We thank once again our new partner HiSky for this opportunity and for the support in the development of Iasi Airport."
We remind you that HiSky was certified as a Romanian air operator in December (AOC number RO-074) and it is the first Romanian company certified Part CAMO, according to the new legislation that came into force at the end of September 2020. Between February and March 2021, the airline announced scheduled flights from three other airports: Cluj, Satu Mare and Chisinau and charter flights from Cluj, Targu Mures, Baia Mare and Oradea. The HiSky team consists of people with tens of years of experience in aviation, students of the Romanian aviation school. Prices, services or any other information about HiSky can be found on the website www.hisky.aero