Between September 18 and 20, Tarom sold 65 € return tickets, with all related taxes included. These tickets are valid for flights to Cluj, Iasi and Timisoara. The decision came as a result of the company’s 65 years of existence on the market.
Among other external routes, as is the case between Bucharest and Athens, Istanbul, Belgrade, Budapest, Chisinau, Rome, Sofia, Vienna and Tbilisi, the cost of tickets starts from 99 euros.
For other routes between Bucharest and Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Prague, Thessaloniki or Tel Aviv, ticket costs start from 119 euros, as well as all taxes included.
For routes between Bucharest and Amsterdam, Barcelona, Brussels, Yerevan, London, Paris or Stockholm, the price of air tickets starts at 159 euros.
According to Tarom, this offer is valid for the races conducted between November 1 – December 15, 2019 and January 15 – March 1, 2020 (the date of the last return).
More details as well as the terms and conditions under which these rates are applied can be viewed directly on the company’s website. Places at these offers are limited.
Tarom is one of the largest flying companies in Romania, which was founded in 1954 and is under the authority of the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure. It has more than 50 own destinations in its portfolio.
“The history of the national airline is the story of people passionate about aviation, travel and the story of every passenger who has crossed our threshold over time. In the 65 years of existence, TAROM has been the implicated witness of a history started by the Romanian pioneers. of the world civil aviation and continued until today by a team with a passion for flight. We owe everything to the passengers who chose to travel with us, the partners and the entire TAROM team, and at the anniversary hour, we wish to remain at a high altitude and continue the tradition of the Romanian aviation“, declared the general manager Madalina Mezei.