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Bucharest, June 13, 2023 – Dan Air (AOC) S.R.L., an airline company with full Romanian capital, marks a significant moment on the market of flight operators in Romania and in Europe by launching regular flight services departing from Bucharest and Brașov, starting from of June 15, 2023.
Dan Air has been operating flights for over 5 years and has transported more than 3 million passengers for well-known companies in Europe and the Middle East, but starting from June 15, Dan Air will operate flights under its own name for the first time.
Dan Air will make the inaugural flight on June 15, Brașov – Stuttgart. Dan Air will operate 12 destinations from Henri Coandă International Airport (Otopeni) and Brașov-Ghimbav International Airport, ensuring connectivity between Romania and other important cities in Europe and the Middle East.
Dan Air will operate flights to the following destinations:
– Bucharest: Brussels, Nuremberg, Stuttgart, Beirut, London, Barcelona, Madrid, Malaga and Valencia.
– Brașov: Brussels, Nuremberg, Stuttgart, London and Barcelona.
Dan Air wants to bring back the comfort of traveling to Romanian passengers from the country and the diaspora, but also to foreign passengers interested in traveling to Romania.
The unpleasant experiences that passengers of low-cost companies have every day due to restrictive policies regarding baggage and other additional services will remain only an unpleasant memory for Dan Air passengers.
The company’s team works hard to provide customers with an unforgettable experience where respect for passengers will be highlighted by the relaxed travel conditions that Dan Air offers.
In the context of recent events that have negatively affected the aviation market in Romania, such as the bankruptcy of some companies, but also unpleasant experiences reported by customers of low-cost companies, the launch of Dan Air’s regular flights comes as a breath of fresh air in the industry.
With a team of professionals, having extensive experience in the field and a solid reputation, Dan Air aims to occupy an important place in the local market, offering scheduled flights at competitive prices with those of low-cost operators, and passengers will benefit from baggage and free catering on board Dan Air aircraft.
The launch of Dan Air coincides with another significant event for the air transport services market in Romania, namely, the inauguration of Brașov International Airport.
On the company’s website, www.danair.ro, customers can find essential information for passengers and purchase tickets online at the most competitive prices. The first destinations open to DAN AIR customers include London, Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, Malaga, Brussels, Munich, Nuremberg, Stuttgart and Beirut.
By launching scheduled flight services, Dan Air facilitates direct connections between Bucharest, an important business and culture center, and Brașov, one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the country, thus opening new opportunities for Romanian passengers, but also for tourists.
Dan Air puts passenger safety at the heart of its business and is committed to providing high-quality service and satisfaction. The company aims to become the preferred travel option for passengers who are fed up with the poor treatment often applied by low-cost airlines.

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