FlyOne (Romania) (OE, Brasov International) will begin scheduled and charter operations out of six Romanian airports in 2024, thereby transitioning from a technical capacity provider for its Moldovan sister carrier FlyOne (5F, Chisinau International) into a standalone business unit.

The carrier said it would operate services from Bucharest Henri Coanda, Cluj-Napoca, Timisoara, Suceava, Craiova, and Arad to a number of leisure destinations, including Tenerife Sur, Gran Canaria, Kos Hippocrates, Irakleion, Antalya, Burgas, Larnaca, and Hurghada. The expansion is in partnership with the leisure holding Memento Group and its Cristian Tour outfit

FlyOne (Romania) operates a single A320-200 on its AOC but plans to add two A321-200s shortly. So far, the airline has mainly been a technical capacity provider for FlyOne in Moldova, which operates two more A320-200s, while also operating third-party ACMI contracts (most recently for SkyUp MT (U5, Malta International)). The group also includes FlyOne (Armenia) (3F, Yerevan) with one A319-100 and two more A320-200s.