Traffic on Baneasa Airport to be resumed tomorrow, airport official saysPublish date: 13-10-2008
Works on the Aurel Vlaicu Airport in Baneasa are according to plan and will be finished on October 12 so that traffic can be resumed the following day, the airport's GM Stefan Mladin announced.
Aurel Vlaicu Airport closed gates on September 29 for maintenance and revamping works.
The Henri Coada Airport in Otopeni estimated at the end of September the number of passengers would go up by 30 percent in the two-week time when the airport in Baneasa stays closed.
Most of the airlines which run flights on Baneasa airport moved to Otopeni and some cancelled half of the flights.
The Baneasa airport's turnover in the first four months this year reached 5 million euros over 3 million euros in the similar period last year. About 350,000 people flew from Baneasa in this period.
The airport's target is to reach 20 million euros revenues this year and to increase the number of passengers.
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