Cluj-Napoca International Airport CLJ - officially 'Cluj Avram Iancu International Airport' - is one of Europe's fastest growing airports and serves parts of northwest Romania.
Cluj-Napoca Airport has two terminals under one roof - the Arrivals and the Departures Terminal.
The Airport is located 9 km east of the city of Cluj-Napoca, in the Someseni area of Transylvania, and situated off Strada Traian Vuia (motorway E576), which connects to the Transylvania motorway A3.
With an estimated yearly passenger count of 1M, and a long runway, Cluj-Napoca International Airport is now hub for national airlineTAROM and for Wizz Air, and is served by a few international airlines offering year-round and seasonal flights to European cities, with connections worldwide, and by charters to popular vacation destinations.
Public institutions at the Airport include the Border Police, Customs, SRI (Romanian Security Information) and the Air Transport Police.
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The terminal is able to process 750 passengersper hour and accommodate large aircraft. Amenities include: cafe bars are in both pre- & post-security areas; a news- & tobacco stand, a Duty Free Shop at post-security; free internet access; three ATM cash & currency exchange machines (Amex, Maestro, Visa Eurocard- by Banc Post, Euronet & Banca Transilvania); Travel agency Wens Tour; Courier service TNT; and a lounge. Food service and some shops are also available. terminal. Rental car agencies have desks in the Arrivals area.
Parking is available across from the passenger terminal.