Otopeni – Bucarest
noviembre 28, 2019

The first time this airport has see action was during the WWII, as an airbase for the German Luftwaffe. It became an passenger airport in the 1960’s, taking passenger capacity from an airport closer to the city center.

During 2018 it witnessed peak passenger numbers (almost 14 million), becoming the busiest Romanian airport and the main gateway to the country.

Para llegar a Transilvania desde este aeropuerto, primero debes llegar al centro de Bucarest y tomar un tren o autobús. También puedes reservar un vuelo a Cluj-Napoca con el operador nacional TAROM o utilizando los servicios de WizzAir, la mejor aerolínea de bajo costo en Europa del Este. Como alternativa, puedes visitar nuestra sección de Traslados y reservar un servicio de traslado especializado que te ayudará a cruzar las montañas en un instante.

La mayor ventaja que recomienda el uso de este aeropuerto cuando vuelas a Rumanía es el hecho de que ofrece la mayor cantidad de vuelos y es el aeropuerto rumano más fácil de acceder.

A direct train service to the main railway station, Gara de Nord, runs from the Airport railway station, about 900 meters from the airport. Shuttle buses connect this station with the departures and arrivals halls; the tickets are valid for the train and for the transfer bus. As of June 2019, works are being carried out to locate the station in front of the arrivals terminal. By 2020 a trip from Gara de Nord to the airport should take no more than 20 minutes.

Henri Coandă Airport is connected to the public transport company STB system. The 780 route provides express bus service to Gara de Nord and Gara Basarab railway stations in Bucharest, the 782 route provides a short service to Baneasa Commercial Complex and the routes 783 and 784 provide express bus service to the city center (Piața Unirii). Uber and Bolt are also available at the airport.