AROM (Transporturile Aeriene Române) (RO)
AROM (Transporturile Aeriene Române)
Romania’s national airline, based in Bucharest, providing domestic and international flights, facilitating travel and connectivity in Eastern Europe.
Domestic & International Air Routes:
TAROM operates both domestic and international flights. Domestically, it connects various cities within Romania. Internationally, it offers flights to destinations in Europe, Asia, and North America.
Facilities on TAROM flights may vary depending on the type of aircraft and class of service. They typically include in-flight services such as meals and entertainment.
Romania (TAROM Service Area):
Capital of Romania:
The capital of Romania is Bucharest.
Romania offers a wealth of tourist attractions, including the historic Old Town of Bucharest, the castles of Dracula lore (e.g., Bran Castle), the scenic Carpathian Mountains, and the medieval towns of Sibiu and Brasov.
The currency used in Romania is the Romanian Leu (RON).
International Flight Connectivity:
Henri Coandă International Airport in Bucharest provides international flight connectivity to various destinations in Europe, Asia, and North America.
Cuisines and Cultural Activities:
Romanian cuisine features dishes like mămăligă (polenta), sarmale (cabbage rolls), and mici (grilled sausages). Cultural activities include traditional music and dance, and Romania has a rich history in literature and the arts.
Bucharest and other major cities in Romania offer a range of hotels to suit different preferences and budgets. Some popular options in Bucharest include the Athénée Palace Hilton Bucharest and the Radisson Blu Hotel Bucharest.
Transport Connectivity Within Romania:
Romania has an extensive network of roads and railways connecting various regions of the country. Domestic flights are available for longer distances.
Population and Religion:
As of my last knowledge update in September 2021, Romania had a population of approximately 19 million people. The majority of the population practices Eastern Orthodox Christianity, with a small percentage of other religious groups.
The official language of Romania is Romanian. English is commonly spoken, especially in urban areas and tourist destinations.
The information above is for reference, and we do not accept any liability for inaccuracies or updates.