TAROM introduces its third daily flight from Budapest to Bucharest.

Tuesday 13th March 2012

TAROM introduces its third daily flight from Budapest to Bucharest.

TAROM has announced its third daily flight from Budapest to Bucharest starting on Monday, March 26, 2012.

The new TAROM Budapest-Bucharest-Budapest schedule will be as follows each day of the week, except Sunday.

RO232 Budapest 09.35 Bucharest 12.15

RO231 Bucharest 08.15 Budapest 09.05

RO236 Budapest 16.05 Bucharest 18.45

RO235 Bucharest 14.45 Budapest 15.35

RO234 Budapest 19.40 Bucharest 22.20

RO 233 Bucharest 18.20 Budapest 19.10

Flights will be operated utilising ATR aircraft.

"We decided to introduce a new frequency on the Budapest - Bucharest- Budapest route to meet our passengers' expectations. The new flight schedule will meet the needs of the passengers and transit passengers travelling on this route," said Rodica Cazanciuc, Commercial Director TAROM.

About TAROM:

TAROM Romanian Air Transport was established in 1954. TAROM operates under the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and has been a member of SkyTeam Alliance since June 25th, 2010, offering its passengers access to more destinations and connections. TAROM has been a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) since 1993 and of the Association of European Airlines (AEA) since 2000.

About Budapest Airport Plc:

Budapest Airport Plc., the operator of Ferenc Liszt International Airport, is owned by a consortium of German (4%), Canadian (18.167%), American (10%) and Singaporean (18.167%) investors led by HOCHTIEF Concessions (49.666%). Currently, the two terminals of the airport are home to 32 airlines, which transported nearly 8.2 million passengers to more than 92 destinations in 40 countries in 2010.

Budapest Airport's goal is to become the leading airport in Central and Eastern Europe in terms of traffic growth and service quality. To this end, the company is undertaking significant investments in order to expand its capacities, and has committed to spending a total of 261 million euros (approximately 75 billion HUF) by the end of 2011 on developments.

The most significant of these is the construction of the SkyCourt, a new terminal building linking Terminals 2A and 2B. The elegant, high-quality SkyCourt provides an unforgettable architectural and travel experience, as well as a rich selection of shops and restaurants. The new terminal makes traveling through the airport simpler and more convenient, and also expands throughput.

In 2011, Budapest Airport began a new project, the Cargo City development near Terminal 2, with 26 000 square meters of cargo storage areas and a logistics park due to be built in the first phase. Also in 2011, Budapest Airport commenced the planning and construction of a new engine test stand near the Lufthansa Technik hangar.

The long-awaited environmental protection project will be accompanied by numerous other developments, whereby Budapest Airport is contributing to the implementation of a sustainable aeronautical model.


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