Romania’s Cluj-Napoca airport records 2 million passengers

Romania’s Cluj-Napoca international airport has recorded 2 million passengers since the beginning of this year.

By comparison, the airport saw a total number of 1.88 million passengers in 2016. It could reach 2.8-3 million passengers by the end of this year, according to airport representatives.

The traffic growth in the first eight months of this year was 55% and August was the busiest month in the airport’s history, with over 290,000 passengers flying to and from Cluj-Napoca.

“The next target is 7 million passengers, a level estimated for 2030,” the airport’s general director David Ciceo said.

In 1996, the airport only had 32,000 passengers, with only one airline providing flights. There are currently ten airlines offering 45 flights to 20 countries from Cluj-Napoca.

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