The 14 largest airports and airlines in RomaniaFurther information is provided on the 14 biggest airports in Romania. At Henri Coandă International Airport alone, 39 airlines operate and serve flights to and from 66 destinations.
Out of the two airlines of the country we have listed biggest 2. Blue Air is leading here with a total of 104 flight destinations.
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The 14 biggest airports in Romania
|OTP||Henri Coandă International Airport||Bucharest||39||66|
|CLJ||Cluj-Napoca International Airport||Cluj-Napoca||6||18|
|TSR||Timişoara Traian Vuia Airport||Timişoara||4||12|
|SBZ||Sibiu International Airport||Sibiu||3||3|
|TGM||Transilvania Târgu Mureş International Airport||Târgu Mureş||3||4|
|BAY||Tautii Magheraus Airport||Baia Mare||2||1|
|OMR||Oradea International Airport||Oradea||2||1|
|SUJ||Satu Mare Airport||Satu Mare||2||1|
|ARW||Arad International Airport||Arad||1||1|
|CND||Mihail Kogălniceanu International Airport||Constanţa||1||1|
|BBU||Băneasa International Airport||Bucharest||n/a||n/a|
|SCV||Suceava Stefan cel Mare Airport||Suceava||n/a||n/a|
Freight volumeIn 2021, a total of 1.62 million ton-kilometers (= total mass transported in tons multiplied by kilometers traveled) of cargo was moved by air in Romania.
The biggest airlines based in RomaniaThe largest airline in the country with scheduled passenger traffic and in terms of fleet size is Blue Air. In 2019, it carried 4.50 million passengers. It currently has a fleet of 29 aircrafts. The main airlines for civil passenger traffic in Romania are:
|0B||Blue Air||Blue Air||29||104|