Tourism is one of the main pillars of the romanian economy, together with industry and agriculture, as it provides more than 10% of Romania’s GDP and employs almost 2 million people.
In order to promote tourism in Romania and provide even more opportunities for tourists to visit our country, we are glad to announce that Wizz Air has launched new routes from London Luton to Bucharest Henri Coanda Airport.
In addition, we are also happy to announce that Wizz Air will launch another new route from Bucharest to Basel Mulhouse Freiburg Airport. This means that Wizz Air will serve 6 routes from Bucharest and 5 routes from London Luton.
Wizz Air offers a total of 41 weekly flights between London Luton and Bucharest and 28 weekly flights between Basel Mulhouse Freiburg and Bucharest.
With these new flights, travelling to Romania will be easier than ever.
Romania stands as one of the most unique and unspoiled destinations in Europe. Its geography is diverse: its central part includes both the Transylvanian Plateau and the Danube Delta, which are surrounded by the Carpathian Mountains, Balkan Mountains and various plains, which provide incredible views and make for unforgettable hiking experiences. It is easy to see why so many choose to explore this country.
Recently, there has been a rise in direct flights to Romania. There are now five direct flights to Bucharest, making it one of the easiest ways to travel to Romania. The Polish airline LOT opened a route from Chicago that makes their travel time only 8 hours! They also have a direct flight from London to Bucharest. Air Canada has also started flights from Toronto to Bucharest via Montreal. All of these routes make it much easier for Canadians to visit this beautiful country and experience its culture first hand.
The Romanian government is working on expanding its air travel routes as well, but for now, these are the best options available for those looking to travel there. Either way, you will be able to find affordable flights to Romania with great connections on both ends from Canada.