The second week of the “Anniversary September” campaign begins, with prices starting at 139 EUR
Bucahrest/8 September 2014: On 18 September 2014, TAROM will celebrate its 60th anniversary by offering its passengers plane tickets for special prices. For this occasion, TAROM has launched a campaign aimed at its passengers, which will take place during the entire month of September.
“While on the first week of September we had offers for 8 TAROM destinations, starting at 179 EUR for a round-trip ticket, all taxes included, on the week of 8-12 September 2014 we offer our passengers tickets for 12 routes departing from Bucharest, Iasi, Sibiu and Cluj, for prices beginning at 139 EUR, for a round-trip ticket, all taxes included”, stated Christian Heinzmann, TAROM CEO.
On the second week of September, TAROM launches the price offer beginning at 139 EUR, for a round-trip ticket, all taxes included, on TAROM flights between Bucharest and Amsterdam, Rome, Frankfurt, Geneva, Moscow, Munich, Prague, Stockholm, Vienna; between Iasi şi London; between Sibiu şi Munich; between Cluj şi Vienna.
The sale period is 8-12 September 2014 and the travel period lasts until 11 March 2015 (date of the last return)**
The tickets can be purchased on the www.tarom.ro website, from the TAROM agencies or from the TAROM authorized agents.
* limited seats for this fee
** except for the period 20 December 2014 – 4 January 2015; if at least one section of the trip is within this interval, the offer does not apply.
For more information on price and trip conditions, the passengers must contact TAROM at the Call Center TAROM phone numbers:
9361 (for calls made from Bucharest): +4 021.204.64.64; +4 021.303.44.00 and +4021.303.44.44.
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TAROM, the Romanian Air Transport National Company, was established in 1954 and grew alongside the Romanian aviation. TAROM performs its activity under the authority of the Ministry of Transport. It has been a member of the SkyTeam Alliance since June 2010, of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) since 1993 and of the Association of European Airlines (AEA) since 2000.
More than half a century ago, the history of Romania's Air Transport National Company started at the same time as the development of the aviation industry, a field in which Romania, through Aurel Vlaicu, Traian Vuia and Henri Coandă, became famous alongside the Unites States of America.
In 1920, one of the first commercial airlines in the world was founded in Romania, CFRNA – The French-Romanian Air Navigation Company, which was also the first airline with transcontinental flights in aviation history.
In 1926, the company was reorganized and changed its name to CIDNA – The International Air Navigation Company, then, in 1930, it changed its name again, this time to the LARES National Company – Romanian State-Used Airlines.
1945 saw another reorganization and LARES was replaced by TARS Airlines – Romanian-Soviet Air Transport, subordinated to the Romanian and soviet governments, but with a staff chosen from the people who had worked for LARES.
After yet another reorganization, LARES changed its name and became, on 18 September 1954, TAROM, Romanian Air Transport. At that time, the company's fleet consisted of the Soviet-made planes Lisunov Li 2 and Ilyushin II - 14.
1966 - TAROM made its first flight over the Atlantic.
1969 - TAROM adds another world first in its records: The Romanian IL 18 aircraft with the TAROM logo flew for more than 50,000 kilometres around the world, in less than 80 hours of flight. The aircraft had 65 passengers on board.
In 1973 – “Long-range” aircrafts started being purchased and new transcontinental routes to New York and Beijing were opened. At that time, TAROM’s transport capacity was ten times larger than in the year of its foundation.
25 June 2010 – TAROM, Romanian Air Transport National Company became a member of the SkyTeam Alliance, a historical event marking the entry of the flag carrier in a new era of its existence.
TAROM operates flights on 43 routes in Europe and the Middle East.
TAROM Press Office