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About FlyOne

FlyOne is a privately owned low-cost airline headquartered in Chisinau, Moldova. FlyOne flies to many destinations including Heraklion, Rhodes, Dublin, Milan, Parma, Venice, Verona, Chisinau, Lisbon, Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Voronezh, Barcelona, Valencia, Antalya and Birmingham. 

FlyOne operates scheduled and charter flights from its base at Chisinau International Airport, using a fleet of two Airbus A320-200s. The airline received its Air Operator Certificate in March 2016, and operated its first scheduled passenger flights in June 2016. The Moldovan start-up plans to offer charters to Heraklion and Rhodes as well before branching into the scheduled services sector with budget flights to Russia, France, Portugal, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. FlyOne currently has three of the type in its fleet. The link to Venice will face direct competition from Air Moldova’s thrice-weekly link according to OAG schedules. With this launch, it brings to six the number of routes FlyOne operates.  In December 2016, FlyOne joined the Multilateral Agreement “Domodedovo Transfer Service” (М2-Closed Fare), whose participants are the largest Russian and foreign air carriers, flying to Domodedovo International Airport (Moscow).


FlyOne Fleet

FlyOne's fleet is comprised exclusively of Airbus aircraft. The airline currently has three Airbus aircraft within its fleet — one Airbus A319-100 and two Airbus A320-200. 


FlyOne Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

FlyOne passengers are entitled to 1 single hand luggage and 1 single personal item. Hand Baggage must not weigh more than 8 kg and dimensions (in sum) 115 cm (50 x 40 x 25 cm), including the wheels, handle or lateral pockets.

Checked Baggage

The standard baggage allowance for FlyOne passengers is one piece of checked baggage with a maximum weight of 23kg.


FlyOne Check-In

Online Check-In

Passengers can check-in for their Flyone flight from 24 hours before their flight up until 4 hours before their flight. Online check-in can be performed at the FlyOne online check-in page. Passengers must accept the FlyOne check-in conditions and then enter the relevant flight details. 

Airport Check-In

Passengers can check-in for their Flyone flight on the day of travel at the airport by visiting one of the FlyOne check-in desks. Please be aware that FlyOne airport check-in closes three hours before scheduled flight departure time and closes 60 minutes before. There is a small charge for passengers who wish to check-in at the airport, if you don't want to be charged, we advise checking in online for free and printing your boarding pass.


FlyOne Hub Airport

Chisinau International Airport

Chisinau International Airport is the main international airport of Moldova and is located in the capital, Chisinau. Chisinau International Airport operates as headquarters for Air Moldova and Moldavian Airlines.

Other airlines which fly to and from this airport include Austrian Airlines, Aegean Airlines, TAROM, Aeroflot, Meridiana, Turkish Airlines, Ukraine International Airlines, Ural Airlines and LOT Polish Airlines.



FlyOne News

22nd November 2017

Moldova’s Fly One expands fleet and market share

Moldova's Fly One expands its A320 family fleet

Moldovan private airline Fly One, which positions itself as a low-cost carrier, expands fleet and market share. It has added a third aircraft to its fleet. It is a 144-seat Airbus A219 (s.n. 1608, tail number ER-00002) built in 2001  and powered by CFM56-5 engines. The aircraft, named Chisinau after the Moldovan capital city, landed at Fly One’s base at Chisinau Airport in mid-October. It was previously operated by Rotana Jet in the United Arab Emirates.

The A319 is the first aircraft of its type in Fly One’s fleet, but not the first acquisition so far this year, In the first half year the airline started operating an Airbus A320 built in 2008 with tail number ER-00001. Another A320, built in 1991 with Armenian registration EK32008 has been flying for the airline since it was founded in 2016. According to open sources, this aircraft is owned by Yerevan-based Atlantis European Airways.

Fly One said it did not plan to add more aircraft this year. But the newly arrived A319 will allow it to launch new routes. The core of the low-cost airline’s network are flights to Russia and European countries.

Moldovan media quote Fly One’s general director Mircu Maleku (ex-president of state-run Air Modova and former head of the country’s aviation authorities) as saying that the share of the airline in Chisinau’s total traffic now stands at 19% and is expected to reach 30% in 2018. In January through September Fly One carried over 370,000 passengers

Fly One was launched in 2016. According to Moldova’s National Statistics Bureau, in the period from January through September cumulative air traffic in the country grew 52% to 1.331 million passengers. Although Air Moldova with seven aircraft in its fleet currently controls the major part of the market, the private Fly One has ambitions of its own.


20th July 2017

FlyOne has now added the UK to its route map, with the Moldovan carrier on 15 July beginning a weekly (Saturdays) service between Chisinau and Birmingham.

The latter airport becomes only the third UK connection from the capital of Moldova, with Wizz Air linking to London Luton and Air Moldova operating to London Stansted respectively.

FlyOne’s new 2,268-kilometre sector to Birmingham will be flown by the carrier’s fleet of A320s when referring to OAG schedules, with no other airline linking the Moldovan capital to the UK’s second city.   


4th April 2017

FlyOne annonuced it will add a maiden A319-100 to its fleet in the summer season of 2017. 

The aircraft will be deployed on flights from Chisinau to each of Birmingham Int'l and Moscow Vnukovo over the period June 6 to October 29. The Moldovan LCC currently operates two A320-200s of which one - ER-AXJ - is stored in Kaunas while EK32008 has been wet-leased from Armenia's Atlantis European Airways. In April 2017, FlyOne announced it had wet-leased an A320-200 from Turkish Freebird Airlines. Positioned to Chisinau last week, TC-FHB (msn 3025) has since been deployed into service on flights to Moscow Domodedovo, Verona, Paris CDG, and Rome Fiumicino. A budget carrier, FlyOne's summer fleet currently consists of one A320-200 wet-leased from Atlantis European Airways (TD, Yerevan) and one A319-100 (due shortly).


1st May 2017

FlyOne announced it had resumed in-house flying following the delivery of A320-200 ER-00001. The aircraft was positioned to Chisinau from Singapore Seletar via Moscow Domodedovo. It has since been deployed into service on flights to Moscow Domodedovo. The new A320 is a on dry-lease from MC Aviation Partners. Other aircraft in use with the Moldovan LCC include two A320-200 wet-leased from Atlantis European Airways.