Air Moldova will resume direct flights from Chisinau to Romania's capital Bucharest starting December 19, the company said on Wednesday.
Moldova's flag carrier will service the route six times a week, except for Saturdays, with an with Embraer 190 aircraft, it said in a statement. The company stopped flying from Chisinau to Bucharest, Russia's Sochi and Ukraine's Kiev in February 2015 due to the small number of passengers on these routes.
Air Moldova transported over 1.04 million passengers in 2015. At present, the company operates flights to 25 destinations with six aircraft - one A321, two A320, one A319 and two Embraer 190.
Air Moldova operates scheduled and charter services to destinations within Europe from its base at Chisinau International Airport, SEE NEWSorting.