The Romanian regional airline was established in 1999 and commenced operations in February with its first inaugural flight in Cluj-Napoca wherein the ownership of the airline is divided between 51% Romanian shareholders and 49% Swiss and Swedish shareholders. There’s not much information about the origin of the regional airline of Romania.
It is known that their current President and Chief Executive Officer is Mr. Nicolae Petrov. The airline is headquartered in Timisoara, Romania with 3 Fokker 100 aircrafts serving destinations to European countries.
However, Carpatair filed for insolvency in January 2014 with the aim to reorganize their company’s operations. Infolotnicze discussed this matter with Mr. Petrov and the president humbly answered all the questions. To check out his answers, click here.
The mission of the regional airline with an overall 15 years experience in the travel industry, is to become the leader in providing charter airline services by leasing out to specific organizations and occasions. Their service’s values are focused at: Safety, Quality and Reliable partnership.
In Flight Services
The all-Fokker100 fleet airline can accommodate 100 passengers per flight. They find their medium size aircrafts as an advantage to a full range and closer customer service assistance. Carpatair consider themselves as meticulous team that provides high class performance to satisfy travelers on their holiday flight. Unlike other regional airlines, Carpatair offers special services to passengers with reduced mobility, child or infant, unaccompanied minor and pregnant women. Wheelchair and stretchers were also provided as part of their assistance.
The website of Carpatair reminds me of Aer Lingus green-theme layout, which makes the overall design crisp and pleasant to the eyes of the consumers. Plus the flashing image of their aircraft attracts travelers to picture a clean cabin flight experience. Well, the sole purpose of the official website lets travelers get a grasp of their company background, policies and services.
Carpatair Reviews of Passengers
Though Carpatair reviews on Skytrax’s Airlinequality.com were pretty much outdated, the comments are still not good enough to score the airline with at least an average rating appreciation. The regional airline gathered a total of 4/10 based on 10 Carpatair reviews. The most recent post was dated on the 24th of April 2011, and said:
“FCO-TSR-IAS Business Class. Check-in in FCO terrible just 1 counter 45 minutes waiting time. No lounge offered. Inflight service with very friendly and attentive staff good food. Transit in TSR as well despite of being a small and old airport was ok. Here again very polite staff.” she gave Carpatair a 9/10 star rating for her feedback.
- Website URL: www.carpatair.com
- Contact Number: +40 256 306 933
- Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fax Number: +40 256 306 962
- Head Office Address: Timisoara International Airport, 307210 Timisoara, Romania
Judging through Carpatair reviews I read and updates about the airline, we can foresee that the airline didn’t lose their direction due to insolvency, they have a goal and they’re just under construction. Well, it’s business, they all share their own times of ups and downs. If you have flown with Carpatair, feel free to share your experience below.