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Cobrex Trans airline chooses Perugia “San Francesco d’Assisi” Airport for its operation

Cobrex Trans airline chooses Perugia “San Francesco d’Assisi” Airport for its operation

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The management of SASE SpA – International Airport of Perugia “San Francesco d’Assisi” – based in the Umbria Region – is on the organizing finish of the operational launch of the Romanian airline, Cobrex Trans.

The new air carrier’s inaugural flights are scheduled from mid-June and will serve the destinations of Bucharest (Romania), Trapani and Cagliari (Italy), and from the summer months the routes to and from Barcelona (Spain) and Brindisi (Italy).

The foundation of Cobrex, based in Suceava (Romania) dates back to 1994 as a helicopter operation company, of which it had a large fleet. The company holds a COA (operating system certificate) including all the European licenses needed to fly in Italy. At present it owns a fleet of two B-737-300s.

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