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TAROM is the flag carrier of Romania and has its headquarters and hub at Henri Coanda International Airport. TAROM was established in 1954 and developed together with the Romanian aviation. It is 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.
Tarom has been a member of SkyTeam Alliance as of June 2010. TAROM operates on more than 50 destinations as well as destinations operated by its codeshare partners.
TAROM 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. TAROM is a member of Sky Team Alliance and in addition has codeshare agreements with Aeroflot, AirBaltic, Air Europa, Air France, Air Serbia, Middle East Airlines, Czech Airlines and many others.
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. TAROM's fleet consists of Airbus A310s, Boeing 737s, Boeing 737-300s, Airbus A318s, ATR 42-500 and ATR 72-500s.
Tarom Frequent Flyer Program
TAROM operates a frequent flyer program called Flying Blue to reward its regular travelers. 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. TAROM 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 TAROM Agencies.
TAROM 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.
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.
Online check-in opens 30 hours prior to flight departure and closes one hour before. For online check-in on Tarom flights from Brussels online check in opens 24 hours before the flight.
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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.
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7th June 2018
TAROM is eyeing the B737 MAX and a partnership with LOT
TAROM is interested in a partnership with LOT Polish Airlines, with "something more than a codeshare agreement", according to the Romanian carrier's CEO, Werner Wilhelm Wolff.
Additionally, TAROM wants to resume flights to China and the US in 2019, and plans to purchase widebody aircraft for the flights. No aircraft model has been selected yet.
The airline is also considering an order for the B737 MAX and the replacement of its fleet of ATRs. No timetable was given.
23rd May 2018
Tarom to launch Sibiu-Stuttgart flights from July 15
Tarom, Romania’s state-owned airline operator, said it will open the Sibiu-Stuttgart-Sibiu route, with flights on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, starting July 15.
The company said that the new route targets mainly tourists and businesspeople.
11th May 2018
Tarom to launch Iasi-Cluj route from June 11
Tarom, the state-owned airline operator, said it will open the Iasi-Cluj-Iasi route, with flights on Monday, Tuesday and Friday, starting June 11.
The company said that the new route targets businesspeople, students, university professors and other categories.
8th May 2018
Tarom Carried 22% More Passengers In Q1
Flag carrier airline Tarom, which lost ground to low-cost operators, has managed to boost traffic by 22% to some 520,000 passengers on regular flights using its own aircraft in the first quarter, the officials of the company told ZF.
22nd April 2018
airBaltic/ TAROM expand codeshare routes
From the end of March, airBaltic and TAROM have expanded their codeshare partnership, covering additional intra-European sectors. Planned new codeshare routes include the following:
airBaltic operated by TAROM
Sibiu – Bucharest
Sibiu – Munich
TAROM operated by airBaltic
Vilnius – Munich
12th April 2018
Romanian state airline wants massive IT system reshuffle
Romanian state-owned airline Tarom has started open bids for developing a new client relationship interface.
After almost 10 years, the company is investing massively in IT, hoping to result in faster bookings, easier and faster access to frequent destination info, among other things, local News.ro reported.
“We have high expectations from such a system, which we are sure will reinvent the way Tarom manages its resources, assets and time,” said Werner Wolff, general manager of Tarom.
The company wants to catch up on the IT front by also integrating a new, efficient call center, and implementing passenger online accounts.
Tarom has been posting yearly losses since 2008. In 2016, it posted a EUR 11.1 million loss.
28th March 2018
TAROM takes Timisoara to Iasi and Cluj-Napoca
TAROM 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.
TAROM 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
Romanian state-owned airline Tarom 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. Tarom 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 of Tarom 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 Tarom interim general director Alexandru Susanu by September 10.
Tarom 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 Tarom and at the National Investments Company.
TAROM announced it was extending its Alitalia codeshare to Abu Dhabi from mid-Sept 2017
Skyteam member TAROM starting next week 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
Romanian state-owned airline increases losses fourfold in H1.
State-owned airline Tarom recorded losses of over RON 104 million (EUR 22.7 million) in the first six months of this year, almost four times higher compared to the losses recorded in the same period in 2016. Tarom had losses of RON 28.6 million (EUR 6.2 million) at the end of June 2016. In May, the transport minister Razvan Cuc said that the company would not record a loss this year. However, Tarom’s recent draft budget estimates that the airline will see losses of RON 41.2 million (EUR 9 million) in 2017.
The company’s operating income dropped by 13.5% year-on-year reaching EUR 104.8 million at the end of June this year. Tarom had 1,867 employees in the first six months of this year, compared to 1,928 at the end of June 2016. Romanian state-owned airline Tarom records EUR 10 mln losses in 2016.
Romanian state-owned airline increases losses fourfold in H1.
State-owned airline Tarom recorded losses of over RON 104 million (EUR 22.7 million) in the first six months of this year, almost four times higher compared to the losses recorded in the same period in 2016. Tarom had losses of RON 28.6 million (EUR 6.2 million) at the end of June 2016.
The transport minister Razvan Cuc said that the company would not record a loss this year. However, Tarom’s recent draft budget estimates that the airline will see losses of RON 41.2 million (EUR 9 million) in 2017. The company’s operating income dropped by 13.5% year-on-year reaching EUR 104.8 million at the end of June this year. Tarom had 1,867 employees in the first six months of this year, compared to 1,928 at the end of June 2016.
TAROM outlines 737-800 operations from June 2017
Romanian carrier TAROM has outlined planned Boeing 737-800 aircraft operation, as the Skyteam member received 1st of 2 new aircraft on lease this week. The new 737-800 aircraft is tentatively scheduled to enter service on 19JUN17, although further changes remain likely. As of 18MAY17, planned all-Economy Class 189-seater 737-800 service as follow.
Bucharest – Alicante eff 21JUN17 2 weekly until 30SEP17
Bucharest – Amsterdam eff 19JUN17 6 weekly (1 daily from 17OCT17)
Bucharest – Cluj eff 19JUN17 5 weekly
Bucharest – Madrid eff 19JUN17 11 weekly (9 weekly from 04OCT17, 7 weekly from 29OCT17)
Bucharest – Tel Aviv eff 19JUN17 6 weekly (7 weekly 04OCT17 – 01NOV17)
Bucharest – Timisoara eff 04OCT17 2 weekly (3 weekly from 17OCT17)
Bucharest – Valencia eff 19JUN17 2 weekly until 29SEP17
Planned TAROM 737-800 operational routes, frequencies and effective dates remain subject to change.
TAROM Airline announced it will commence a fourth weekly flight between Bucharest, Romania's capital and Amman, Jordan.
This new flight will begin on July 3rd and is scheduled for Mondays, through September 25th. In February 2017, TAROM issued a request for proposals for the dry-lease of either two A320s or two B737s on contracts of up to six years negotiatable. ligible aircraft must seat between 160 and 190 passengers in a two-class configuration with a mobile class divider. They must be powered by CFM56 motors with a range of at least 2,500 nautical miles and must be no older than six years of age. They must also be free of C-Check/structural checks for the next twenty-four months.
TAROM gave up direct international flights to Madrid and Munich from Iasi aiport.
Last month the airline announced that it would give up the flights from Iasi to Turin, Bologna, and Rome. One of the main reasons is that Tarom lacks aircraft. Last year, the company withdrew the A310 models from its fleet. It is now searching to rent two aircraft to replace them.
TAROM Airlines announced it was expanding its summer service to Spain.
The airline's headquarters and main hub are located at the Henri Coandă International Airport. TAROM is also the largest airline operating in Romania based on international destinations, international flights, and the second largest measured by fleet size and passengers carried. TAROM is adding one flight to its Bucharest-Barcelona route and Bucharest-Valencia route, as well as adding 2 more flights to its Bucharest-Madrid route.
In October 2016, TAROM celebrated 62 years of flying. The airline, which became a member of the SkyTeam alliance in June 2010, has a modest fleet of 23 aircraft, comprising two classic A310s (one of which is in storage), eight 737s (a mix of four -300s and four -700s), four A318s, two ATR 72s and seven ATR 42s. The average age of the fleet is estimated to be around 16 years old. Since the beginning of the decade, the airline has transported between 2.1 and 2.4 million passengers each year. With 43 offered destinations, TAROM provides its passengers air transport services at international standards, starting from the ticket booking, by means of multiple distribution channels, continuing with ground services, different menus and comfort on board of its aircraft, until landing on main airports from Europe and other corners of the world.