HOW TO REACH ROMANIA
HOW TO REACH ROMANIA
Romania has 17 civilian airports, out of which currently 12 are served by scheduled international flights.
MAIN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS
BUCHAREST’S HENRI COANDA (OTOPENI) AIRPORT is the largest and busiest; it has flights to nearly all the major cities in Europe, to a few Middle Eastern capitals, to all other Romanian cities, but no direct flights to the USA.
BUCHAREST’S AUREL VLAICU (BANEASA) AIRPORT is not used as a passenger airport anymore, and all low-cost airlines now operate from the Henri Coanda Airport.
THE TRAIAN VUIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT in Timisoara has flights to several large cities in Germany, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Greece, Ukraine, Moldova, France, United Kingdom as well as to various cities in Romania. The airport is the base of Carpatair and a focus city for low-cost Wizz Air. Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines are also important operators on the airport.
CLUJ-NAPOCA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT is the largest airport in Transylvania and the second largest airport in Romania; it is served by a growing number of flights from various European destinations. Lufthansa also serves the airport.
FLIGHT DURATION FROM INDIA
The major layover airports for connecting flights to Bucharest are at Abu Dhabi, Mumbai, Dubai, New Delhi, and Belgrade.
- New Delhi to Bucharest: 15 hours
- Bangalore to Bucharest: 15 hours
- Chennai to Bucharest: 17 hours
- Mumbai to Bucharest: 16 hours
SMALLER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS
SIBIU – flights to Austria, Germany, Britain, Italy and Spain on Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and Blue Air).
BACAU – flights mainly to Italy and London on Blue Air.
CONSTANTA – Turkish Airlines serve direct flights between Constanta and Istanbul. Few inbound seasonal charters also serve this airport, as well as a (small) number of seasonal domestic flights from Transylvania and Bucharest.
SUCEAVA – Two flights to Italian destinations.
IASI – Flights to Austria, Britain, Italy, Israel by Austrian Airlines and TAROM. Domestic flights to Bucharest on TAROM
TARGU-MURES – flights to Hungary, Germany, Britain, Italy, France, Belgium and Spain on Wizz Air. Domestic flights to Bucharest on TAROM
CRAIOVA – flights to many Italian, Spanish and British cities.
ARAD – Seasonal flights to one or two Italian destinations.
BAIA MARE – Seasonal (and very infrequent) international flights.
Romania is relatively well connected with the European rail network. There are daily international trains to Vienna, Budapest, Sofia, Istanbul, Chişinău, Kiev and Moscow.
Trains are also the ideal way of reaching cities in western and central Romania such as Brasov, Sighisoara, Oradea or Cluj-Napoca coming from Central Europe.
International trains to Romania include Euro City trains which are of a relatively high standard and night trains. Romania is part of the Eurail pass offer. A cheap way of traveling to or from Romania might be the Balkan Flexi pass.
Buses are increasingly becoming popular way to reach Romania from abroad, especially from the Balkans and the former USSR, Germany and Switzerland. A number of private bus operators now provide quicker and more comfortable coach services to and from cities such as Chişinău, Kiev, Odessa, Sofia and Istanbul. But trains are still the most popular way of getting to Romania from Central Europe, due to good service.
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