Coaches for Cluj-Napoca will run from Piata Unirii in Cluj, with transport to Aurel Vlaicu International, widely known as Bucharest Baneasa, departing from Piata Romana in the city centre.
Timetables for the coaches will be adjusted to coincide with Wizz Air’s flight arrivals and departures. Tickets for the transfers cost €13 return to Bucharest Baneasa and €10 return for Cluj.
Cluj-Napoca became the airline’s second base in Romania after Bucharest Baneasa, with a total of 16 international and one domestic service operating in the country.
Meanwhile, Wizz Air Ukraine recently announced new international flights to Kiev. The airline will introduce flights from London Luton, Milan Bergamo and Dortmund in July, subject to regulatory approval.