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TAROM is the flag carrier of Romania and has its headquarters and hub at Henri Coanda International Airport. The airline was established in 1954 and developed together with the Romanian aviation. It's currently the largest airline operating in Romania based on international destinations, international flights and the second largest measured by fleet size and passengers carried behind only Blue Air a smart flying carrier also based in Bucharest. Other Bucharest-based airlines in the past have included Ten Airways.

The airline has been a member of SkyTeam Alliance as of June 2010. The airline operates on more than 50 destinations as well as destinations operated by its codeshare partners.

The Romanian carrier flies to many destinations including Frankfurt, Paris, Amsterdam, London, Munich, Brussels, Nice, Hamburg, Budapest, Vienna, Chisinau, Geneva, Belgrade, Sofia, Prague, Moscow, Alicante, Athens, Rome, Thessaloniki, Bologna, Larnaca, Barcelona, Madrid, Turin, Valencia, Stockholm, Amman, Beirut, Dubai, Istanbul, Tel Aviv, Baia Mare, Cluj Napoca, Iasi, Oradea, Satu Mare, Timisoara and Suceava. The airline is a member of Sky Team Alliance and in addition has codeshare agreements with Aeroflot, AirBaltic, Air Europa, Air France, Air Serbia (previously Jat Airways), Middle East Airlines, Czech Airlines and many others.

The airline has a partnership with Blue Air, where if a passenger misses a connecting flight, they can fly on the next available flight from either airline, depending on seat availability.



The Romanian flag carrier owns one of the youngest fleet in Europe, consisting of 23 aircraft and has been a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) since 1993 and of the Association of European Airlines (AEA) since 2000. Its fleet consists of Airbus A310s, Boeing 737s, Boeing 737-300s, Airbus A318s, ATR 42-500 and ATR 72-500s.



Tarom Frequent Flyer Program

The airline operates a frequent flyer program called Flying Blue to reward its regular travellers. Membership levels are determined by the number of level miles you have earned or the number of qualifying flights that passengers have made. Passengers can earn Level Miles on most flights taken with Air France, KLM or any other SkyTeam Airlines and in general, every mile you fly earns you one Flying Blue Mile. A qualifying flight is a one-way flight made with a SkyTeam airline, which enables you to earn Level Miles. The airline offers frequent flyers on a certain destination, the ability to purchase a subscription at a very flexible price and conditions for the flight tickets. Flight passes are valid for one year and must include at least 6 flights at the same destination during a year. Subscriptions must be paid in advance and can be purchase only from the airline's Agencies.


Tarom Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

Passengers are entitled to carry with you in the cabin one hand baggage sized maximum 55x 40x 20cm (length x width x depth ), if you travel with an aircraft type Boeing and Airbus. If you travel with an aircraft type ATR 42 / ATR 72 the luggage carried to the cabin shoud not exceed the following dimensions: 35x 30 x 20cm (length x width x height). You can also have as hand luggage: a purse, a briefcase, camera / video bag, a laptop, an object smaller or similar to that of the following dimensions: 55x 40x 20cm, respectively 35 x 30 x 20 cm for ATR42 / ATR 72. The total weight of hand baggage must not exceed 10 kg.


Checked Baggage

Economy Class passengers are permitted one piece of baggage with a maximum 23kg and Business Class passengers are permitted three pieces of baggage with a maximum weight of 23kg. 


Tarom Check-in

Online Check-in

Online check-in opens 30 hours prior to flight departure and closes one hour before. For online check-in on flights from Brussels online check-in opens 24 hours before the flight.



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Hub Airport

Henri Coandă International Airport

Tarom is based at Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport. Blue Air is also based at the airport. It has 2 runways and can process 6 million passengers per year with 104 check-in counters and 38 boarding gates.

Other airlines that operate to Henri Conadā International include Windrose, Laudamotion, El Al and Air Moldova.

Henri Coanda Bucharest International Airport

Photo credit: Cristian Bortes



28th March 2018

TAROM takes Timisoara to Iasi and Cluj-Napoca

The Romanian airline commenced its second and third domestic routes from Timisoara this week after Bucharest, with the Romanian flag carrier now linking the former city to Iasi and Cluj-Napoca. A press conference was held at Iasi Airport to celebrate the new service, with the airport also baking a classic three-tier cake for the launch.

The carrier opened its second and third domestic routes from Timisoara (TSR) this week, namely Cluj-Napoca (CLJ) and Iasi (IAS). The airline already links Timisoara with Bucharest. Iasi flights commenced on 25 March and will be flown four times weekly. Cluj-Napoca services were inaugurated the following day and will be operated three times weekly. No competition will be provided on either of the 504- and 211-kilometre sectors, with both scheduled to be operated by the carrier’s fleet of 68-seat ATR 72-500s based on OAG data.


27th March 2018

Romanian airline Tarom plans EUR 94 mln investments this year

The Romanian state-owned airline estimates it will return to profit this year, after ten consecutive years on a loss.

The company hopes to reach RON 1.5 billion (EUR 382 million) revenues and a gross profit of RON 27,000 (EUR 5,900), according to the budget launched into public debate by its majority shareholder, the Transport Ministry. The airline also plans investments worth RON 440 million (EUR 94 million) this year, according to the same document.

The airline has some 1,900 employees and total personnel expenses worth RON 171 million (EUR 36.7 million), with an average monthly expense per employee of RON 7.970 (EUR 1,712).


4th September 2017

Transport Ministry plans restructuring for state-owned Romanian airline

The state-owned Romanian airline Tarom has too many employees for the fleet it owns and is due for restructuring in the coming period, the Transport Minister Razvan Cuc said, quoted by Digi 24.

“A restructuring procedure will follow. This is a normal thing to happen because we have an over-sized staff relative to the number of aircraft flown,” the minister said.

He added that he was waiting for a plan to be drafted by the carrier interim general director Alexandru Susanu by September 10.

The airline has a fleet of 23 aircraft and almost 2,000 employees. The company reported losses of RON 104 million (EUR 22.7 million) in the first six months of this year. It recorded RON 47 million (EUR 10.3 million) losses last year, higher than in 2015, when the company was EUR 6 million in the red, according to public data from the Finance Ministry. The company hasn’t managed to find solutions to the strong competition from low cost airlines in recent years.

Alexandru Susanu was appointed as interim general director of the airline at the end of August, with a one-month mandate. Former manager Eugen Davidoiu resigned as the Prime Minister’s Control Body launched a series of controls at the airline and at the National Investments Company.


September 2017

TAROM announced it was extending its Alitalia codeshare to Abu Dhabi from mid-Sept 2017

Starting next week, the Skyteam member is expanding codeshare partnership with Alitalia, as RO-coded flight numbers being placed on Alitalia’s Rome – Abu Dhabi service. Alitalia operates this route on daily basis.

Planned codeshare service to commence on 11SEP17.

AZ852/RO9711 FCO1115 – 1920AUH 330 D
AZ853/RO9712 AUH0235 – 0705FCO 330 D