Henri Coanda International Airport

Henri Coanda International Airport Henri Coanda International Airport is Romania's main international airport, serving the capital city of Bucharest along with the smaller Baneasa Aurel Vlaicu. Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport is situated at 16,5 km distance from Bucharest down-town. It is named after Romanian flight pioneer Henri Coanda, the builder of the world's first jet powered aircraft. Until...

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...

Cluj-Napoca International Airport

Cluj-Napoca International Airport Cluj-Napoca International Airport is situated on the road E576, about 10 km east towards the center of the Cluj-Napoca city and 12 km towards the railway station. The first aviation activities in Cluj area, took place along the Somesul Mic Valley, in the Someseni village, situated east of Cluj at about 8 km from downtown, on the Cluj-Dej highway. In 1928 The War Ministry set...