Blue Air expands its Turin base adding Palermo effective March 2021

posted on 1st February 2021 by Eddie Saunders

Blue Air enhances its operations in Italy by launching a new route from its Turin base.
The airline will introduce four weekly services between Turin and Palermo, effective March 2021. Prices start from 19.99 euro/one way, taxes, fees and one FREE change included.

Blue Air will operate up to 4 flights weekly service Turin and Palermo, according to the following schedule:

• Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday
TRN 13:30 PMO 15:10
PMO 15:55 TRN 17:35Blue Air is constantly developing its local network, connecting Turin with 8 key Italian destinations: Alghero, Bari, Cagliari, Catania, Lamezia, Naples, Palermo (NEW), Trapani.

“We are delighted to offer more travel options to our customers by adding this highly demanded route to Palermo on our network from Turin. Despite the current highly restricted environment, we are confident that the implemented measures will produce meaningful results and our customers will be able to fly to their favorite destinations from the Easter period and our bookings are encouraging. We are committed to continue developing our network from Turin connecting all key regions in Italy offering best-in-class customer service at very affordable prices”, says Krassimir Tanev, Chief Commercial Officer Blue Air.

Andrea Andorno, CEO of Torino Airport, says: “We are happy that Blue Air has decided to further expand its network of national destinations served by Torino Airport by adding the Turin-Palermo route. In a scenario still influenced by uncertainty, the choice to meet a growing demand for flights to Sicily in the next summer season demonstrates the attention that the company always pays to travelers to and from our area”.