Blue Air Moravia

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Blue Air Moravia
Blue-Air logo-01.svg
FoundedJanuary 2018
Operating bases
Frequent-flyer programMy Blue
Fleet size0
HeadquartersBrno, Czech Republic
Key peopleGheorghe Răcaru, CEO

Blue Air Moravia was a planned airline to be headquartered in Brno. It was a subsidiary of Blue Air and it should have commenced operations in March 2018.


The company was established in January 2018.[1] The company was originally scheduled to begin operations in March 2018.[2] Due to legal issues, however, the launch of the company has been postponed indefinitely. [3] In April, plans to establish the airline were dropped entirely by Blue Air.[4]


Blue Air Moravia has been planning to operate flights from its main base in Brno to Barcelona, Brussels, Dubrovnik, Lviv, Bergamo and Split beginning March 2018. The launch has been postponed, however, and no new estimate has been given.

Future destinations
Terminated destinations
City Country IATA ICAO Airport Refs
Barcelona Spain BCN LEBL Barcelona El Prat Airport
Bergamo Italy BGY LIME Bergamo Airport
Brno Czech Republic BRQ LKTB Brno–Tuřany Airport
Brussels Belgium BRU EBBR Brussels Airport
Dubrovnik Croatia DBV LDDU Dubrovnik Airport
Lviv Ukraine LWO UKLL Lviv Airport
Split Croatia SPU LDSP Split Airport


As of March 2018, the Blue Air Moravia fleet consists of 0 aircraft:

Blue Air Moravia Fleet
Aircraft In
Orders Passengers Notes
Boeing 737-500 1 126 Was to be transferred from Blue Air.
Total 1


  1. ^ Blue Air Moravia
  2. ^ "Blue Air Moravia | World Airline News". Retrieved 2018-02-01.
  3. ^ "Blue Air Moravia postpones the launch of flights". Retrieved 2018-03-16.
  4. ^ "Blue Air drops plans for Czech Republic subsidiary". AVIATOR. 2018-04-01. Retrieved 2018-04-16.

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