Carpatair operates a route between Lublin in Poland and Rome in Italy and is based in Timisoara, Timis County. The airline was founded in 1999 with both the Swiss and Romanian capitals. The airline It also operates under a JP flight code a route between Örebro in Sweden and Copenhagen in Denmark. As of November 2015, Carpatair started operating two of its three aircraft for the Nordic Aviation Group, a joint-venture successor for defunct Estonian Air.
Carpatair maintains codeshare agreements and interline agreements with Alitalia, Moldovian airlines, Air Berlin and Meridiana. Carpatair's fleet consists of Fokker 100. From 2014, Carpatair became a full-service charter airline with operational bases in Italy and France, from where Ad-Hoc charters, chains of charters and ACMI & lease projects are organized through leading aviation partners. Carpatair's dedicated fleet for this type of projects is formed of 3 newly refurbished Fokker 100 aircrafts, configured for a capacity of up to 100 seats.
For safety and convenience, each passenger is allowed to carry one single item of hand baggage that may not exceed 5 kg in weight and dimensions may not exceed 55cm x 40cm x 20cm.
These dimensions include wheels, handles, side pockets, etc. The standard service refers to the carriage of one piece of checked baggage up to 15 kg per passenger. Additionally, adults travelling with infants are allowed to carry a collapsible stroller.
The standard maximum dimensions of the checked baggage must not exceed 203 cm or 80 in (length + width + height), wheels, handles, side pockets, etc. included.
The transport of baggage exceeding the maximum single item weight of 32 kg and/or the maximum dimensions of 203 cm is subject to special transport conditions and has therefore to be pre-notified and confirmed by the airline.
Timișoara "Traian Vuia" International is an international airport serving Timișoara, Romania. Located in the historical region of Banat, the airport is named in honour of Traian Vuia, a Romanian flight pioneer and a Timiș County native. Traian Vuia International is the third largest Romanian airport in terms of air traffic, and the main air transportation hub for the western part of Romania and for the Danube–Criș–Mureș–Tisa Euro region.