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Carpatair information

Fleet

Current fleet
The Carpatair fleet consists of the following aircraft :


Carpatair Fleet
Aircraft : Fokker 100
In Fleet : 3
Orders : —
Passengers : 105
Notes : Two aircraft leased to KLM Cityhopper.

Total In Fleet : 3

Retired fleet

Carpatair Retired Fleet
Aircraft : ATR 72-500
Total : 2
Introduced : 2013
Retired : 2013

Aircraft : Boeing 737-300
Total : 2
Introduced : 2012
Retired : 2014

Aircraft : Fokker 70
Total : 3
Introduced : 2010
Retired : 2013

Aircraft : Saab 340
Total : 5
Introduced : 1999
Retired : 2007

Aircraft : Saab 2000
Total : 15
Introduced : 1999
Retired : 2013

Aircraft : Yakovlev Yak-40
Total : 1
Introduced : 1999
Retired : 2003

Carpatair routes

As of May 2014, Carpatair dissolved most of their former route network and it no longer operates in Romania or Moldova. Carpatair operations now consists of Ad-hoc and ACMI charters.

From December 2015, Carpatair operated for Adria Airways between Örebro in Sweden and Copenhagen in Denmark and under a NJ flight code route between Stockholm Arlanda Airport and Arvidsjaur/Gällivare in Sweden. From March 2016 until June of the same year, they flew under Adria Airways call sign from Tallinn. During spring and summer 2016 one aircraft has been flying under contract for Volotea in France and Italy. From July 2016 they are operating the route Stavanger - Oslo under contract for Norwegian Air Shuttle and a number of routes from Brussels Airport on contract from Brussels Airlines. In summer 2016 Carpatair operated one aircraft on a wetlease for LOT Polish Airlines on routes from Warsaw to Amsterdam and Gdańsk.[3] Between April and May 2017, Carpatair operated services between Berlin-Tegel and Prague on behalf of now defunct Air Berlin. During the 2018 summer schedule, one aircraft has been wetleased to KLM to operate routes from Amsterdam to Edinburgh, Birmingham and Hanover.

Let's get to know before flying with Carpatair

Carpatair was founded in 1999 with both the Swiss and Romanian capitals.The airline offers a route between Lublin in Poland and Rome in Italy which is based in Timisoara.

TripAdvisor Note des voyageurs

? TripAdvisor 2019
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Derniers avis de TripAdvisor

Katherine_100120
Date of travel August 2019
“KLM is literally the worst airline”
rating

I fly a lot and I have something to compare. KLM is literally the worst air experience. I will not even talk about service/ food/ drinks on board which is terrible. But they ruined everything... more +

Nockster31
Date of travel August 2019
“Great airline”
rating

KLM are a class act, planes spotless, staff really smart , smiley and helpful. The fact that they still offer a snack and drink without charging is also a hail back to the good old days...a simple... more +

CumfyCritter
Date of travel August 2019
“Our favourite airline.”
rating

As there are no direct flights from Glasgow to Venice, we flew KLM to Amsterdam and then connected to another KLM flight to Marco Polo Airport. The flights were on time and one even landed early... more +

Contact Carpatair
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Téléphone

 +(40) 256 300 900

Adresse email

customer.service@carpatair.com

Website

http://www.carpatair.com/

Address

Timisoara International Airport, 300246 Timisoara, Romania

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