Traian Vuia International Airport

Traian Vuia International Airport

Timisoara "Traian Vuia" International is Romania's third airport in terms of air traffic, after Bucharest Henri Coanda and Bucharest Aurel Vlaicu Airport and the main air transportation hub for the western part of Romania. It is located in Timisoara, in the region of Banat, near the Hungarian and Serbian border. The airport was renamed on February 6, 2003 in memory of Traian Vuia, a Romanian flight pioneer and a Timis County native.

Timisoara's first airport (Timisoara Communal Airport) was built a few kilometers away from the current airport's position, in the town of Mosniţa Veche. The first airplane landed there on July 17, 1935. The airport was rebuilt on its current position in the 1960s. The domestic flights terminal was opened in 1964. In 1980 the airport received International Airport status.


To maintain its leading position in this part of Romania through developing more city pair connections within the European Union, bringing new air operators on the market served by the airport and developing the airport infrastructure and services offered.



Traian Vuia International Airport
str. Aeroport, nr.2 307200 Ghiroda
Timis O.P. 7 C.P. 1375

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