Air transport.

Global air transport over the long term is expected to grow by around 5% annually until 2030. As traffic increases, air transport must also provide an international safe and secure connectivity.

Romania has a total of 21 airports, but 7 of them are not currently serving regular flights. Developing the air transport infrastructure in Romania aims to ensure rapid transport to Bucharest and to other regional centers.

Compared to other European Union members’ air transport market, Romania is placed much below the average, especially when compared to the number of inhabitants, as seen in the table below.


However, Romania’s air transport infrastructure is still preferred for long distances, considering that the highway network is still under development and national roads are under speed restriction. At the same time, by 2020 there is an estimation for an increase in the number of passengers that prefer air transport, of up 19,97 million / year.

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