TAROM operates during the summer program 11 flights per week - daily flights on route Bucharest (Henri Coanda International Airport) - Suceava (Stefan cel Mare Airport).
1 flight per week (Wednesday) on route Suceava-Turin
Suceava is the capital city and also the largest city of Suceava county, located in Bucovina area. Suceava Municipality is among the oldest and most important settlements of the country. For two centuries it was the main capital city of Moldova, and during 1775-1918 it was a city from the Austrian Empire (lands of the crown, the Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria and the Duchy of Bucovina).
Suceava region means heroic history, traditions and habits of certain originality, monuments and crafts of rare ingenuosity, Renaissance voievodal foundations which certify, for over five centuries, our European calling.
Here, the first three capital cities of Moldova were arisen: Baia, Siret and Suceava, the citadels Scheia and the Citadel of the Throne of Suceava, a durable and spectacularly rich necklace of voievodal and aristocratic foundations and necropolises: Putna, Voroneţ, Moldoviţa, Suceviţa, Humor, Dragomirna, Arbore, monuments and centres of art and culture with inestimable values of the national and universal heritage, comparable with the Italian Renaissance creations or those from the Western Europe.