Ryanair Expects 190,000 Passengers In First Year With Flights From Otopeni

07.28.2014 By Mirabela Tiron

After having unexpectedly renounced flights from the airports of Constanta (to Pisa and Milan) and Targu Mures (to Brussels), giant low-cost carrier Ryanair is focusing on the Henri Coanda (Otopeni) airport, Romania’s largest, from which it operates 11 weekly flights to London and Berlin. Moreover, starting October, Ryanair will also fly to Brussels from Otopeni.

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