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A2, A3, A4 highways, seaports closed due to snow and blizzard. 80 trains cancelled, Braila County – isolated. Code Orange alert lifted, snowfalls prevail in 11 counties

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Update: The National Meteorology Administration (ANM) lifted the Code Orange alert for blizzard, but maintained the Code Yellow warning for snowfalls in 11 counties in southeastern country, as well as the Code Yellow alert for frost countrywide. The counties still ...

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London, the main destination for the Romanians travelling by plane

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London has been the master destination for the Romanians travelling by plane last year. Flights from Bucharest’s ‘Henri Coanda’ Airport to London has exceeded other ones to Paris or Rome, for instance, show data by the Bucharest National Airports Company. ...

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Ryanair’s CEO to visit Bucharest

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Michael O’Leary, CEO of Ryanair, the largest low-cost carrier in Europe, will come to Bucharest on Tuesday where he will hold a press conference. He returns to Romania after more than 25 years since his last visit and, most likely, ...

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Record air traffic on Bucharest airports

Otopeni

National Company o Bucharest Airports (CNAB) registered a record number of passengers on Henri Coanda (Otopeni) and Aurel Vlaicu (Baneasa) airports in Bucharest last year: 9.28 million passengers, on the rise by 11.6%. The two airports also registered 108.566 landings ...

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All roads go to… Greece

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Greece lures more than 20 million people each year, contributing 18% to the nation’s Gross Domestic Product. Maybe it is the friendly sunny climate covering six months of the year, maybe it is its golden beaches temptingly calling the turquoise ...

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Transport Master Plan, updated: New 1,300 km of highway by 2030, double than the initial proposal

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Following the public debate, the updated version of Romania’s Master Plan of Transport involves the construction of 1,300 kilometers of highway by 2030, with an extra 645 km compared to the original version of the strategy. After discussions, it was ...

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