List of airports in Romania

This is a list of airports in Romania, grouped by type and sorted by location.

Aeroporturi Romania
Map of public airports in Romania after passenger traffic (2014)


Airport names shown in bold indicate the airport has scheduled service on commercial airlines.

City served ICAO IATA Airport name Website Frequency Status
 Public airports
Arad LRAR ARW Arad International Airport TWR 130.2 MHz
Bacău LRBC BCM Bacău "George Enescu" International Airport [1] TWR 118.6 MHz
Baia Mare / Tăuții-Măgherăuș LRBM BAY Baia Mare Airport (Tăuții-Măgherăuș Airport) TWR 123.6 MHz
Bucharest / Băneasa LRBS BUH Bucharest "Aurel Vlaicu" International Airport (formerly Băneasa Airport) APP 127.6 MHz TWR 120.8 MHz Only private flights
Bucharest / Otopeni LROP OTP Bucharest "Henri Coandǎ" International Airport (formerly Otopeni Airport) APP 126.2 TWR1 120.9 TWR2 121.85
Cluj-Napoca LRCL CLJ Cluj "Avram Iancu" International Airport APP 132.330 MHz TWR 118.705 MHz
Constanța LRCK CND Constanța "Mihail Kogălniceanu" International Airport TWR 120.24 MHz
Craiova LRCV CRA Craiova Airport TWR 124.3 MHz
Iași LRIA IAS Iași International Airport TWR 119.2 MHz
Oradea LROD OMR Oradea International Airport TWR 120.2 MHz
Satu Mare LRSM SUJ Satu Mare International Airport TWR 118.8 MHz
Sibiu LRSB SBZ Sibiu International Airport TWR 122.7 MHz
Suceava LRSV SCV Suceava "Ștefan cel Mare" International Airport APP 120.9 MHz TWR 118.3 MHz
Târgu Mureș LRTM TGM "Transilvania" Târgu Mureș Airport APP 121.9 MHz TWR 125.9 MHz
Timișoara LRTR TSR Timișoara "Traian Vuia" International Airport (Giarmata Airport) TWR 101.1 MHz
Tulcea LRTC TCE "Delta Dunarii" Tulcea Airport (Cataloi Airport) APP/TWR 120.3 MHz
 Military airfields
Alexeni Alexeni Airfield or Bucharest_Alexeni_Airport Not in use
Boboc LRBO Boboc Airfield
Câmpia Turzii LRCT Câmpia Turzii Airfield (Luna Airfield)
Deveselu Deveselu Airfield Not in use as an airfield
Feteşti LRFT Feteşti Airfield (Cocargeaua Airfield)
Ianca Ianca Airfield Not in use
Siliștea Gumești Siliștea Gumești Airfield Not in use
 Other airfields and airports
Balta Verde / Craiova LRCW Balta Verde Airfield, 44°16'59"N 23°47'42"E 123.5 MHz
Buziaş Buziaş Airfield, 45°39'11"N 21°34'34"E
Caransebeș / Reșița LRCS CSB Caransebeș Airport TWR 125.85 MHz
Ciolpani Ciolpani Airfield 122.1MHz
Cisnădie / Sibiu LRCD Măgura Airfield, 45°44'21"N 24°9'50"E 122.7 MHz
Clinceni / Bucureşti Clinceni Airfield, 44°21'38"N 25°55'54"E 123.5MHz
Comana / Bucureşti / Giurgiu Comana Airfield, 44°12'01"N 26°08'23"E 123.45MHz
Brașov Cobrex Helipad, 45°39'26"N 25°33'19"E
Crasna / Zalău Crasna Airfield, 47°10'04"N 22°51'21"E
Cluj / Dezmir Dezmir Airfield, Cluj, 46°46'45"N 23°42'43"E 119.875 MHz
Dorna Candrenilor / Vatra Dornei 123.45 MHz
Drobeta-Turnu Severin Drobeta Airfield, 44°34'48"N 22°50'35"E 123.450 MHz
Galați Pegas Airfield, 45°30'10"N 28°01'50"E
Geamăna / Piteşti
LRPT Geamăna Airfield, 44°48'58"N 24°53'43"E 123.6 MHz
Ghimbav / Brașov LRBG Ghimbav Airfield, 45°41'51'"N 25°32'2"E 128.7 MHz
Iași LRIS Iași Airfield, 47°09'26"N 27°38'05"E 128.3 MHz
Ineu / Oradea King Land Ineu Airfield, 47° 4'37"N 22° 6'8"E
Luncani Lac Luncani Airfield, 46°28'55"N 23°55'51"E
Salcea / Suceava Salcea Airfield 123.60 MHz
Sălicea Sălicea Airfield, 46°41'0"N 23°30'28"E
Săuleşti / Deva LRDV Săuleşti Airfield, 45°51'51"N 22°5754"E 119.70 MHz
Sânpetru / Brașov LRSP Sânpetru Airfield, 45°43'8"N 25°38'1"E 119.70 MHz
Strejnic / Ploieşti Strejnic Airfield, 44°55'23"N 25°58'11"E 118.4 MHz
Șirna / Ploieşti Şirna Airfield, 44°47'3"N 25°58'56"E 123.45 MHz
Târgu Mureş LRMS Târgu Mureş Airfield, 46°32'03"N 24°32'05"E 123.5 MHz
Timişoara Cioca Airfield, 45°47′20″N 21°11′40″E Aeroportul Utilitar Timișoara
Turnişor / Sibiu Turnișor Airfield 123.6 MHz
Tuzla / Costineşti / Eforie Sud LRTZ Tuzla Airfield, 43°59'08"N 28°36'53"E 128.9 MHz
Topoloveni Topoloveni Airfield, 44°47'38"N 25°05'13"E 123.6 MHz


Rank Airport City Code
2014 2015 2016[1] 2017 Change 2016/2017
1. Henri Coandă International Airport Bucharest OTP/LROP 8,316,705 9,282,884 10,982,967 12,804,191 Increase 16.9%
2. Cluj Avram Iancu International Airport Cluj-Napoca CLJ/LRCL 1,182,047 1,487,603 1,884,645 2,688,731 Increase 42.9%
3. Traian Vuia International Airport Timișoara TSR/LRTR 735,058 924,463 1,161,612 1,621,529 Increase 39.7%
4. Iași International Airport Iași IAS/LRIA 273,047 376,865 881,157 1,147,040 Increase 30.1%
5. Sibiu International Airport Sibiu SBZ/LRSB 250,400 307,026 390,688 503,906 Increase 36.6%
6. Craiova International Airport Craiova CRA/LRCV 138,886[2] 116,947[3] 222,320 447,571 Increase 101.1%
7. George Enescu International Airport Bacău BCM/LRBC 313,376 364,492 414,676 425,733 Increase 3.8%
8. Ștefan cel Mare International Airport Suceava SCV/LRSV 219[4] 2,359[5] 57,226 262,165 Increase 359.4%
9. Oradea Airport Oradea OMR/LROD 36,501[6] 8,118[7] 41,867 162,902 Increase 289%
10. Mihail Kogălniceanu International Airport Constanța CND/LRCK 37,939[8] 63,329[9] 94,594 127,635 Increase 28%
11. Satu Mare International Airport Satu Mare SUJ/LRSM 12,644[10] 17,212[11] 23,796 60,795 Increase 155.48%
12. Tuzla Airfield Tuzla, Constanța LRTZ 20,831 0 0 16,077 Increase 3 %
13. Arad International Airport Arad ARW/LRAR 28,280[12] 8,530[13] 0 10,817 Increase N/A
14. Aurel Vlaicu International Airport Bucharest BBU/LROB 4,960[14] 12,925[15] 5,375 5,645 Increase 1.9%
15. Danube Delta Tulcea Airport Tulcea TCE/LRTC 1,221[16] 394[13] 1,057 4,232 Increase 333%
16. Transilvania Airport Târgu Mureș TGM/LRTM 343,521 336,694 287,412 748 Decrease 99.7%
17. Baia Mare Airport Baia Mare BAY/LRBM 20,465[17] 17,169[18] 0 44
Total 11,661,696 13,290,442 16,449,412 Increase 23.8%

See also


  1. ^ European Airport Traffic Trends at
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  6. ^ "MAI PUŢINI PASAGERI LA ORADEA ÎN 2014". 10 January 2015. Retrieved 23 January 2019.
  7. ^ "SCĂDERE DE TRAFIC LA AEROPORTUL ORADEA ÎN 2015". 3 February 2016. Retrieved 23 January 2019.
  9. ^ "CONSTANȚA ÎȘI REVINE! TRAFIC DUBLU PE AEROPORTUL DE LA MALUL MĂRII, ÎN 2015". 14 January 2016. Retrieved 23 January 2019.
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  11. ^ "CREȘTERE DE 27% A NUMĂRULUI DE PASAGERI PE AEROPORTUL SATU MARE". 14 January 2016. Retrieved 23 January 2019.
  12. ^ "SUB 30,000 DE PASAGERI LA AEROPORTUL ARAD ÎN 2014". 6 January 2015. Retrieved 23 January 2019.
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  14. ^ "TRAFIC RECORD PE AEROPORTURILE BUCUREȘTENE ÎN 2014". 14 January 2015. Retrieved 23 January 2019.
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  16. ^ Aeroportul Arad, codas la numarul de pasageri (in Romanian)
  17. ^ "CREȘTERE DE TRAFIC LA AEROPORTUL BAIA MARE ȘI PLANURI DE MODERNIZARE". 6 January 2015. Retrieved 23 January 2019.
  18. ^ "TRAFIC ÎN SCĂDERE ȘI LA BAIA MARE DIN CAUZA LUCRĂRILOR DE MODERNIZARE". 27 January 2016. Retrieved 23 January 2019.

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Henri Coandă International Airport

Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport (Romanian: Aeroportul Internațional Henri Coandă București) (IATA: OTP, ICAO: LROP) is Romania's busiest international airport, located in Otopeni, 16.5 km (10.3 mi) north of Bucharest's city centre. It is currently one of two airports serving the capital of Romania. The other is Aurel Vlaicu Airport, which no longer serves scheduled passenger traffic.

The airport is named after Romanian flight pioneer Henri Coandă, builder of Coandă-1910 aircraft and discoverer of the Coandă effect of fluidics. Prior to May 2004, the official name was Bucharest Otopeni International Airport (Romanian: Aeroportul Internațional București Otopeni). Henri Coandă International Airport serves as headquarters for TAROM, the country's national airline. It also serves as a base of operations for low-cost airlines Blue Air, Ryanair and Wizz Air. It is managed by The National Company Bucharest Airports S.A. (Compania Națională Aeroporturi București S.A.). The military section of the airport is used by the 90th Airlift Flotilla of the Romanian Air Force.

List of defunct airlines of Romania

This is a list of now defunct airlines of Romania.

List of the busiest airports in Romania

This is a list of the busiest airports in Romania.

Suceava International Airport

Suceava Ștefan cel Mare International Airport (Romanian: Aeroportul Internațional "Ștefan cel Mare" Suceava) (IATA: SCV, ICAO: LRSV) is an airport serving the city of Suceava, Romania. It is located in Salcea, 12 km (7.5 mi) east of Suceava, and 30.5 km (19.0 mi) west of Botoșani. The airport is named in honour of the Prince of Moldavia Stephen the Great.

Transport in Romania

As a densely populated country in a central location in Central-Southeastern Europe and with a developed economy, Romania has a dense and modern transportation infrastructure.

Transportation infrastructure in Romania is the property of the state, and is administered by the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, Constructions and Tourism, except when operated as a concession, in which case the concessions are made by the Ministry of Administration and Interior.The country's most important waterway is the river Danube. The largest port is that of Constanța, which is the second largest port at the Black Sea.

With over 13 million passengers Bucharest Airport is a major international airport and European transportation hub. Air travel is used for greater distances within Romania but faces competition from the state-owned CFR's rail network. Public transport is available in most areas.

Târgu Mureș International Airport

Târgu Mureș Transilvania Airport (Romanian: Aeroportul Transilvania Târgu Mureș; Hungarian: Marosvásárhelyi Transilvania Repülőtér) (IATA: TGM, ICAO: LRTM) is an international airport located 14 km (8.7 mi) southwest of Târgu Mureș, Mureș County, in central Romania. Until May 2006, the official name was Târgu Mureș Vidrasău Airport (for the village 17 km (11 mi) outside of Târgu Mureș where it is located).

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