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  |  2013-01-22

Low-cost Ryanair airline to start operations on Targu Mures 'Transylvania' Airport

President of Mures County Council (center) Ciprian Dobre, and president of the Administration Board of International Airport 'Transylvania' in Targu Mures Andras Peti announced in a press conference that a strategic partnership was forged with the biggest low-cost air operators in Europe, Ryanair, which aims at increasing traffic with 30,000 passengers

'This is big step for the development of the region, the largest ultra low cost operator considers us as a strategic partner. The project for this year - a traffic increase by 30 percent, from over 305,000 passengers in 2012, when there was a record, up to 400,000 ', Andras Peti pointed out.

 

President of the Mures County Council claimed that this partnership is a big step forward for Targu Mures airport, which brought on its runway the largest low cost operator.

According to them, the strategic partnership is concluded on a five-year period and Ryanair wants to meet passengers' needs in the region and to sustain its development at the same time.

'Cooperation with the air carrier Ryanair is positioning ' Transylvania ' Airport in Targu Mures on Europe's aviation map as a regional airport in full development (...) The partnership will start with the initiation, in April 2013, of two new operational routes from ' Transylvania ' International Airport in Targu Mures, to Brussels and Pisa, having scheduled four flights weekly. They will bring annually, to Targu Mures Airport, more than 30,000 passengers and a huge development potential to the served area ', the two officials highlighted.

Ryanair Development Manager Kate Serry stressed, on the same occasion, that the first flight to Brussels will depart on April 30, and the one to Pisa on May 2, and the target for Romania - from the airports in Targu Mures and Constanta (south-east ) where it operates - would be 80,000 passengers this year, of which 30,000 from Targu Mures Airport.

Kate Serry also said that Ryanair operates over 1,500 flights per day, from 53 bases, on 1,500 low fare routes in 28 countries, thus connecting over 168 destinations.


 

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