Carpatair Reviews 2017
Carpatair is a Romanian airline owned by Romanian (51%) and Swiss and Swedish (49%) shareholders. Established and commencing operations in 1999 – headquartered in Timișoara, Romania – the airline came to their present title in December 1999 when the Swiss and Swedish took their stake in the company. It was also in 1999 that Carpatair began flying from Romania to Italy, among others.
In our Carpatair reviews, we take a look into this airline’s history, main services and inflight experience, their official website, and what passengers think of them.
Background and History
Carpatair is based in Timișoara, Timiș County, Romania. The airline operates throughout the region and to destinations in Europe. They are a member of IATA and a recipient of their 5th IOSA (IATA Operational Safety Audit) registration. Carpatair distinguished itself as the first airline in Romania to receive the IOSA certification, and among the first ones in Eastern Europe.
Mr. Nicolae Petrov serves as Carpatair’s current President and CEO. As of the most recent Carpatair reviews, Carpatair’s fleet is comprised of 3 Fokker 100.
What Users Have to Say
Out of 10 Carpatair reviews, Carpatair was rated with an average of 4 stars out of 10. The most recent Carpatair reviews were a mix of positive and negative Carpatair reviews. Most of the Carpatair reviews compliment the Romanian airline’s friendly, attentive, and helpful cabin crew, excellent dining, and comfortable cabin and legroom.
Here is what the most recent Carpatair reviews wrote: “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.” Read more Carpatair reviews here in this link.
Their Website and Inflight Experience
Regular flights to Eastern and Western Europe with charter, ACMI, and lease projects all over Europe, the Middle East, and Africa are Carpatair’s main operations. As of the most recent Carpatair reviews and their company profile, Carpatair operates Ad-hoc charter, chains, and ACMI solutions.
Their official website opens to United Kingdom English by default; next to this is the icon to follow Carpatair’s Facebook account, here. You can also read about special conditions or passengers flying with Carpatair, from their Services and Travel Info upper tabs. Special passengers such as children and infants, pregnant women, and those in wheelchairs or with reduced mobility have regulations, recommendations, and special assistance, which you can read here.
From this link, you can get your quotation from Carpatair. The airline uses three Fokker 100s with 100-seat capacity for charters, focusing on punctuality and discipline with their service.
- Website URL: www.carpatair.com
- Contact number: +40 256 306 933
- Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fax: +40 256 306 962
- Head Office Address: Timisoara International Airport, 300246 Timisoara, Romania
I find Carpatair to be an impressive airline from the region with incredible services. Their positive reputation online came from their consistent high standards that they practice with each of their main operations, giving everyone great value for money.
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