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FlyValan takes off on 23 January only to Trieste

Genoa - It was scheduled to start operations from Genoa’s Cristoforo Colombo airport on 27 November 2017, but bureaucratic problems repeatedly caused its launch to be postponed.

Genoa - After repeated postponements over the recent weeks, the airline FlyValan has reported that it has resolved its certification problems with the Romanian aviation authorities. It was scheduled to start operations from Genoa’s Cristoforo Colombo airport on 27 November 2017, but bureaucratic problems repeatedly caused its launch to be postponed. FlyValan’s first flight is now scheduled to take off from Genoa on January 23rd on a route to Trieste, which it will serve on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. FlyValan has announced that the launch of its other services (Zurich, Geneva, Barcelona and Brussels) will be announced through the company’s website and social media presence, most likely after the spring.

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