Ryanair Expands Romanian Network with Eight New Routes from Cluj-Napoca

Irish low-cost carrier boosts Cluj operations by 42% in Summer 2023 with over 40 weekly flights

Cluj Napoca Airport New Routes 2023
The new destinations include exciting European cities such as Beauvais, Brussels, Dublin, and Milan. These routes not only provide leisure travelers with more affordable options to explore Europe but also enhance business connectivity between Romania and major economic hubs.As well moving the workforce:) Romanian workforce is heart of Europe.

Ryanair the renowned Irish low-cost airline has announced an ambitious expansion of its Romanian network loby adding eight new routes from Cluj-Napoca’s International Airport. New routes comes as part of Ryanair’s good growth strategy in Eastern Europe seeking to strengthen its market presence and offer more travel options to Romanian passengers.

Another good news with these new routes Ryanair will also increase the frequency of its London services from/to Cluj-Napoca. The airline’s total operations from Cluj will reach around 40 weekly flights (a good number) during Summer 2023 marking a significant 42% increase compared to the Summer 2022 season (Well as we mentioned in Cluj Airport Destinations This expansion underscores Ryanair’s commitment to Romania and its local economy as well as distribution of its workforce.

In a statement, a Ryanair spokesperson said, “We are delighted to expand our operations in Romania offering even more low-fare routes to our customers. This expansion not only benefits travelers but also contributes to the growth of tourism and business in the country. We look forward to welcoming passengers onboard our flights to these exciting new destinations.” (Yep! We love our holidays in Europe).

This big expansion by Ryanair is expected to boost tourism, create jobs (where?) and provide a positive economic impact on Romania’s thriving travel industry (we all agree here. We love Romania ❤️) Romanian travelers and aviation enthusiasts can now look forward to more affordable and diverse travel options as Ryanair continues to grow its presence in the country (Well done Rynair, carry on operations in winter too please).

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