‘Henri Coanda’ Airport reaches 10,000,000 passengers

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Bucharest Airports National Company (CNAB) celebrates reaching 10,000,000 passengers on Bucharest Henri Coanda (Otopeni) International Airport this year, a press release informs.

Thus, Sorin Preda from Bucharest became Friday morning, the passenger number 10 million on the Otopeni International Airport, traveling on a TAROM flight from Timisoara to Bucharest.

“I travel frequently both in the country and abroad. Therefore, I can make comparisons with other European airports and I think that Henri Coanda International Airport is one of the best, with a high level of security services, transfer, boarding, cleaning.  The investments can be found in these quality services,” Sorin Preda stated.

Valentin Iordache, Foreign Affairs Director CNAB, added that the airport’s expansion plans aim also the parking area.

He stressed that in the first 10 months of 2016, the Henri Coanda Airport has recorded an average growth of 18 percent in passenger traffic compared to 2015, with an advance of over 21 percent in October. The airport has constantly ranked in the top 5 traffic increases in the 5-10 million passengers category.

Regarding domestic flights, Iordache said that these represent about 10 percent of the total activity of the airport. So far, more than 100,000 landings and takeoffs have been registered already on the Otopeni Airport.

Moreover, Bucharest Airports National Company was recertified by ACI with the Airport Carbon Accreditation, Level 2 – REDUCTION for Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport (AIHCB).

Henri Coanda International Airport is the first airport in Romania which received, in 2013,  the Airport Carbon Accreditation, Level 1 – MAPPING, being included at the same time in the top 90 airports in the world which met international criteria to be accredited for the analysis and reduction of carbon emission.

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