Fly to Romania Complete Guide: From Low-Cost Flights to Major Carriers

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Romania’s airports set record after record every year for the growing number of passengers. It’s not only the main airport of the country, Henri Coanda, but also smaller ones that received an unexpected surge in the number of visitors in the past years. With direct flights from countries and many options for domestic flights, flying to Romania remains the safest and fastest way to start your vacation here.

To help you plan and decide, we prepared a complete guide to the best choices to fly to Romania, Bucharest and everywhere else, from low-cost options to major carriers.

You can also check directly for the best price in the search box below.

Luggage policies

One of the main aspects you have to consider when choosing the flight to Romania is the luggage policy of different carriers. Is your cabin baggage enough for the trip? Do you need checked-in luggage? How big is your luggage and how many kgs are you going to pack? The answers to these questions impact the price of your tickets if planning to fly to Romania with a low-cost carrier like Wizz Air, Blue Air or Ryanair.

For example:

Wizz Air allows one 10 kg hand baggage (55x40x23 cm) for free and charges for checked-in baggage (149x119x171 cm) from 14 Eur to 70 Eur for 20 kg and from 19 Eur to 120 Eur for 32 kg, depending on the season and where you purchased the allowance (online, airport, call center). The cheapest option is online. Also, the be sure your hand luggage will be in the cabin, you must pay an extra fee for priority.

Be sure you have the right weight, the baggage excess weight fee is 10 Eur/kg at the airport. Wizz Air also has an infant fee that varies from 8 Eur to 27 Eur.

Blue Air allows one 10 kg hand baggage (55x40x20 cm) for free and charges checked-in baggage (100x80x30 cm) from 10 Eur to 60 Eur for 20 kg and from 15 Eur to 60 Eur for 32 kg, depending on the season and where you purchased the allowance (online, airport, call center). The cheapest option is online.

Ryanair allows one small hand luggage (35cm x 20cm x 20cm) for free and charges 6 Eur to 8 Eur for a 10 kg cabin baggage (55x40x23 cm), 8 Eur to 10 Eur for a 10 kg checked-in bag and 25 Eur to 40 Eur for a 20 kg checked-in bag. The baggage excess weight fee is 10 Eur/kg at the airport.

Ryanair also has an infant fee of 25 Eur.

We selected four carry-on luggage options from Amazon that match these low costs’ size requirements.

You can find below, in alphabetic order, the list of Romania’s main airports and flights operated to these destinations.

Flying to Bucharest

Bucharest is the most important airport hub in Romania. It has direct international flight connections to Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, France, Finland, Germany, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Malta, Morocco, Norway, Qatar, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Sweden, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, the Republic of Moldova, the UAE, the UK, Ukraine.

Aegean Airlines operates the flights to and from Greece (Athens).

Aeroflot Russia operates the flights to and from Russia (Moscow).

British Airways operates the flights to and from UK (London).

Air Canada operates the flights to and from Canada (Montreal and Toronto).

Air France operates the flights to and from France (Paris).

Air Serbia operates the flights to and from Serbia (Belgrade).

Austrian Airlines operates the flights to and from Austria (Vienna).


Blue Air operates the flights to and from:

  • Belgium (Brussels), Cyprus (Larnaca), Denmark (Copenhagen), Finland (Helsinki), France (Bordeaux, Lyon, Nice, Paris)
  • Germany (Cologne, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart), Greece (Athens, Chania, Salonic),  Ireland (Dublin), Israel (Tel Aviv)
  • Italy (Alghero, Catania, Bari, Florence Milan, Naples, Rome, Torino), Morocco (Marrakech Menara), Norway (Oslo)
  • Portugal (Lisbon), Spain (Barcelona, Castellon, Madrid, Malaga, Sevilla, Valencia), Sweden (Stockholm)
  • UK (Birmingham, Glasgow, Liverpool, London)

Croatia Airlines operates the flights to and from Croatia (Zagreb).

Czech Airlines operates the flights to and from the Czech Republic (Prague).

El-Al Israel Airlines operates the flights to and from Israel (Tel Aviv).

FlyDubai operates the flights to and from UAE (Dubai).

LOT Polish Airlines operates the flights to and from Poland (Warsaw).

Lufthansa operates the flights to and from Germany (Frankfurt, Munchen).

Qatar Airways operates the flights to and from Qatar (Doha).

KLM operates the flights to and from Netherlands (Amsterdam).


Ryanair operates the flights to and from:

  • Austria (Vienna), Belgium (Brussels), Cyprus (Paphos), France (Marseille), Germany (Berlin), Greece (Athens), Ireland (Dublin)
  • Italy (Bologna, Milan, Palermo, Pescara, Rome), Jordan (Amman Jordan), Spain (Madrid), UK (Bristol and London)

SAS Scandinavian Airlines operates the flights to and from Denmark (Copenhagen).

Swiss International Airlines operates the flights to and from Switzerland (Zurich,

Turkish Airlines operates the flights to and from Turkey (Istanbul).

Tap Portugal operates the flights to and from Portugal (Lisbon).


Tarom operates the flights to and from:

  • Austria (Vienna), Azerbaijan (Baku), Belgium (Brussels), Bulgaria (Sofia), Cyprus (Larnaca), Hungary (Budapest), Estonia (Tallinn)
  • France (Lyon, Marseille, Montpellier, Nice, Paris, Strasbourg, Toulouse), Georgia (Tbilisi), Germany (Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munchen)
  • Greece (Athens, Thessaloniki), Italy (Bari, Bologna, Cagliari, Catania, Florence, Genova, Rome, Milan, Naples, Turin, Venice, Verona)
  • Jordan (Amman), Latvia (Riga), Lebanon (Beirut), Lithuania (Vilnius), Portugal (Porto, Lisbon), Russia (Moscow), Serbia (Belgrade)
  • Spain (Alicante, Barcelona, Bilbao, La Coruna, Madrid, Malaga, Palma Mallorca, Tenerife, Valencia), Sweden (Stockholm)
  • the Czech Republic (Prague), the Netherlands (Amsterdam), the Republic of Moldova (Chisinau), the UK (London), Turkey (Istanbul)

Wizz Air operates the flights to and from:

  • Belgium (Brussels), Denmark (Billund), France (Nice, Paris), Georgia (Kutaisi), Germany (Dortmund, Hanover, Nuremberg), Greece (Athens)
  • Hungary (Budapest), Israel (Eilat, Tel Aviv), Italy (Alghero, Bari, Bologna, Catania, Lamezia, Milan, Naples, Pisa, Rome, Turin, Venice), Malta (Malta)
  • Netherlands (Eindhoven), Norway (Oslo), Poland (Warsaw), Portugal (Lisbon), Spain (Alicante, Barcelona, Madrid, Malaga, Tenerife, Valencia, Zaragoza)
  • Sweden (Malmo), Switzerland (Basel, Geneva), UAE (Dubai), UK (Birmingham, Doncaster, Liverpool, London)

Domestic flights are operated by Blue Air to Bacau, Cluj-Napoca, Iasi, Oradea, Timisoara; Ryanair to Timisoara; Tarom to Cluj-Napoca, Iasi, Oradea, Satu Mare, Sibiu, Suceava, Timisoara; Wizz Air to Cluj-Napoca.

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Flying to Cluj-Napoca

Cluj-Napoca has direct international flight connections to Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Sweden, Spain, the UK.

Blue Air operates the flights to and from Ireland (Dublin).

LOT Polish Airlines operates the flights to and from Poland (Warsaw).

Lufthansa operates the flights to and from Germany (Frankfurt and Munchen).

Swift Air operates the flights to and from Hungary (Budapest).


Wizz Air operates the flights to and from:

  • Austria (Vienna), Belgium (Brussels), France (Paris), Germany (Berlin, Frankfurt and Nurnberg), Greece (Athens), Italy (Bologna, Milano and Rome)
  • Spain (Barcelona, Madrid and Zaragoza), Sweden (Malmo), Switzerland (Basel), UK (London)

Domestic flights are operated by Blue Air to Bucharest; Tarom to Bucharest and Iasi; Wizz Air to Bucharest.

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Flying to Constanta

Constanta has direct international flight connections to Belgium, Estonia, France, Israel, Italy, Switzerland, the UK, Turkey. Some of these destinations are served only seasonally.

Blue Air operates the flights to and from Belgium (Brussels), France (Paris), Israel (Tel Aviv), Italy (Milan).

Edelweiss Air operates the flight to and from Switzerland (Zurich).

Nordica/Lot Polish Airlines operates the flight to and from Estonia (Tallinn).

Turkish Airlines operates the flights to and from Turkey (Istanbul).

Wizz Air operates the flights to and from UK (London).

Domestic flights are operated by Blue Air to Oradea and Timisoara, Tarom to Satu Mare, Wizz Air to Cluj-Napoca.

Flying to Iasi

Iasi has direct international flight connections to Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, the UK, Spain and Turkey.

Austrian Airlines operates the flight to and from Austria (Vienna).


Blue Air operates the flights to and from:

  • Spain (Barcelona), Belgium (Brussels), UK (London), France (Paris), Germany (Koln and Munchen), Italy (Milan, Rome and Torino)

Tarom operates the flights to and from Israel (Tel Aviv) and UK (London).


Wizz Air operates the flights to and from:

  • Belgium (Brussels), Denmark (Billund), France (Paris), Germany (Dortmund), Greece (Thessaloniki), Israel (Tel Aviv)
  • Italy (Bologna, Catania, Milan, Rome and Venice), Larnaca (Cyprus), Netherlands (Eindhoven), Sweden (Malmo), UK (Liverpool and London)

Domestic flights are operated by Blue Air to Bucharest and Oradea; Tarom to Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca and Timisoara.

Flying to Oradea

Oradea has direct international flight connections to Germany, Italy and Spain.

Ryanair operates the flights to and from Germany (Memmingen), Italy (Milan) and Spain (Barcelona).

Domestic flights are operated by Blue Air to Iasi and Bucharest, Tarom to Bucharest.

Flying to Sibiu

Sibiu has direct international flight connections to Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Israel, Switzerland, Spain and the UK.

Austrian Airlines operates the flight to and from Austria (Vienna).

Blue Air operates the flights to and from Germany (Stuttgart).

Lufthansa operates the flights to and from Germany (Munchen).

Tarom operates the flights to and from Germany (Munchen).


Wizz Air operates the flights to and from:

  • Belgium (Brussels); Denmark (Copenhagen), France (Paris), Germany (Dortmund, Frankfurt, Memmingen and Nuremberg)
  • Israel (Tel Aviv), Spain (Madrid), Switzerland (Basel), UK (London)

The only domestic flight, to Bucharest, is operated by Tarom.

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Flying to Targu Mures

Targu Mures has direct international flight connections to Hungary, Germany and the UK.

Wizz Air operates the flights to and from Hungary (Budapest); Germany (Memmingen and Dortmund); UK (London).

There are no domestic flights to Targu Mures. Cluj-Napoca is the closest airport.

Flying to Timisoara

Timisoara has direct international flight connections to Belgium, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Spain, the Republic of Moldova and the UK.

Lufthansa operates flights to and from Germany (Frankfurt and Munchen).

Ryanair operates the flights to and from Italy (Milan).

Tarom operates flights to and from Germany (Stuttgart); the Republic of Moldova (Chisinau).


Wizz Air operates the flights to and from:

  • Brussels Belgium (Brussels), France (Paris), Germany (Dortmund, Frankfurt and Memmingen), Israel (Tel Aviv)
  • Italy (Milano, Bari, Bologna, Rome and Treviso), Spain (Barcelona, Madrid and Valencia), UK (London)

Domestic flights are operated by Ryanair to Bucharest; Blue Air to Constanta; Tarom to Bucharest and Iasi.

Flying to Suceava

Suceava has direct international flight connections to Italy and the UK.

Wizz Air operates the flights to and from Italy (Bologna, Milano and Rome), UK (London).

The only domestic flight, to Bucharest, is operated by Tarom.

We hope our guide to the best options to fly to Romania will help you plan better and faster your trip to our country. We recommend domestic flights if you’re thinking of traveling extensively across Romania. This will save time and even money if you buy your tickets in advance.

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Diana Condrea
Diana Condrea
Diana is a tourism consultant, tour guide, travel writer and amateur photographer, focusing on sustainable tourism practices and destinations. You can find Diana Condrea on Twitter and Google+

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