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May 14, 2021

Tarom, direct flights from Iasi to Dublin in October

Tarom will introduce on October 30 a Iasi-Dublin (Ireland) weekly flight operated with a Boeing 737 aircraft, the airline informs. “We want to serve our passengers from the Moldova area and that is why we have decided to develop the network of routes from Iasi. At this moment TAROM is operating direct flights from Iasi to Tel Aviv, London, Rome, Bologna, Turin and Milan,” Christian Heinzmann, Tarom’s general director, stated.
The tickets will have prices starting off from EUR 175 for a two-way flight, all taxes included. According to the leadership of the Iasi County Council, after the new runway of the Iasi airport was inaugurated last week other flights to various European countries can be introduced. The runway inaugurated on August 21 has a length of 2,150 meters. The European Commission has recently approved the financing request filed by the Iasi County Council for the development and upgrading of the Iasi airport. This project has a total value of EUR 56.7 M, the proposed goals being to design and construct the new runway, to further expand the aircraft parking platform and to construct a new passenger terminal that will be three times larger than the current one.

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