Fly Lili (styled as 'flylili') is a regional airline and aviation company, based in Sibiu, Romania. The company, which provides a range of services including scheduled passenger flights, air cargo transport, and charter services.
The company is established in 2020, and hopes to begin operating by the end of 2021. When it begins flying, the airline will use an Airbus A320 for passenger operations, and will fly to Munich, in the German state of Bavaria, from regional airports in Romania, including Satu Mare and Suceava. The airline's aim is to provide better connectivity between regional airports within Romania with the most popular European destinations.
Fly Lili has yet to launch. The airline has begun the application for its Air Operator Certificate (AOC) and has plans to commence flights by the end of 2021. In the meantime, you can take a look at our list of alternative airlines below to discover airlines that also operate flights from Romania to popular cities in Europe.
The information surrounding baggage policies has yet to be announced by flylili.
Fly Lili hasn't announced any carry-on baggage allowance yet. Carry-on baggage must fit in the overhead lockers and under the seat in front. Prohibited items must be stored in checked baggage, including any fluid which exceeds 100ml. Prohibited items found by airport security could be confiscated.
Details for checked baggage allowance has yet to be announced by the airline. Due to international health and safety regulations, in all instances checked baggage cannot weigh over 32kg. Baggage which exceeds the airline's allowance will be subject to extra fees. Excess baggage can be added to the booking when buying flights with Alternative Airlines, or by contacting our Customer Service Team after you have completed your booking.
The airline has yet to announce what Cabin Classes or Ticket Fares will be available.
Check-in information has yet to be announced by flylili.
It is not yet known whether online check-in is available.
The airline has yet to publish an announcement regarding recommended check-in times. Here at Alternative Airlines, we recommend that passengers arrive as early as possible, usually about 2 hours before scheduled departure for international flights - although this does depend on your departing airport.
Fly Lili will operate as an international passenger airline, initially connecting Munich (Germany) with the following smaller regional airports within Romania: Sibiu, Suceava, and Satu Ma. The airline will look to expand this route network shortly after launching.
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Fly Lili will be based at Sibiu International Airport. Sibiu International Airport (IATA: SBZ) is an international airport which serves the city of Sibiu, about 160 miles northwest of Romania's capital city, Bucharest. The airport is a focus city for Wizz Air, one of the largest low-cost airlines in Central/Eastern Europe and Romania's leading passenger carrier. Other international carriers to fly to Romania include: Air Bucharest, Blue Air, Lufthansa, and Ryanair.
When the airline begins operating passenger flights, it will do so with an Airbus A320. The Airbus A320 is a popular aircraft used by airlines around the world for domestic and international travel. Seats are usually configured in a 3-3 formation and many other airlines offer multiple seating classes (Economy, Premium, or Business, for example). The airline's fleet will also include an A310-300F, which it will use for cargo flights.
The airline does not currently offer a frequent flyer program.
The airline is not currently part of an airline alliance program.