Airports Romania

There are 17 civilian airports in Romania but only about half of them are served by international flights. The most important airport is Bucharest’s Henri Coanda. Bucharest has a second airport named Baneasa that usually serves low-cost flights. Other important airports outside of Bucharest are Timisoara’s Traian Vuia airport and Cluj-Napoca’s airport. Constanta, Targu-Mures, Sibiu, Arad, Oradea, Iasi, Suceava and Satu Mare also have international airports, though the traffic isn’t too big.

There are a few major Romanian airlines, such as:

  • Tarom – the largest of the bunch; state owned; it operates from Bucharest’s Henri Coanda airport;
  • Carpatair – from Timisoara; connects major Romanian cities with European destinations, mainly in Italy, Germany and Spain as well as major Romanian cities between them;
  • Blue Air – self-proclaimed low cost carrier; connects Romanian cities with European destinations; bad reputation – many people that used them have complained about their services.

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