TAROM Hub System
TAROM, the national flag carrier of Romania, operates with a hub system that includes a main base of operations and several hub airports. The hub system allows TAROM to efficiently connect passengers from various destinations to their final destinations.
The base of operations for TAROM is Henri Coandă International Airport, located in Otopeni, Romania. This serves as the main hub for the airline, where the majority of its flights originate and terminate. Henri Coandă International Airport is equipped with modern facilities and amenities to ensure a smooth travel experience for TAROM passengers.
In addition to its base of operations, TAROM also operates with several hub airports. These hub airports include Cluj International Airport, Iași International Airport, and Timișoara Traian Vuia International Airport. These airports play a crucial role in TAROM's hub system by connecting passengers from various regions of Romania to domestic and international destinations.
The history of TAROM's hub system dates back to its establishment in 1954. Over the years, TAROM has strategically developed its hub system to cater to the growing demand for air travel in Romania and beyond. The hub system has allowed TAROM to expand its route network, increase flight frequencies, and provide convenient connections for passengers.
Although TAROM operates with a hub system, it also operates point-to-point flights to certain destinations. These point-to-point flights are usually operated on high-demand routes where a hub is not necessary or feasible. By offering both hub and point-to-point flights, TAROM can cater to the diverse travel needs of its passengers.
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For additional information such as flight schedules, destinations, and aircraft details, visit the TAROM Guide.