The Romanian national airline, TAROM, serves major points in Romania, Europe, and Asia. International full service carriers currently serving Romania include:
- Air France
- Austrian Airlines
- British Airways
- El Al
- Turkish Airlines
- Aeroflot (Russia)
- CSA (Czech Republic and Slovak Republic)
- LOT (Poland).
Romania is also well served by low cost carriers, such as:
In Bucharest, all flights now use Henri Coanda (formerly Otopeni), which is Romania’s main international airport. The smaller Bucharest airport is Baneasa. It used to be served by low cost carriers, but in March 2012 was converted into an airport 100% dedicated to business air traffic.
Other major airports in Romania include: Bacau, Cluj, Iasi, Oradea, Satu Mare, Sibiu, Suceava and Timisoara. Some are served by international flights and most are connected to Bucharest by domestic services. Recently, low cost carriers have entered the domestic market too, alongside the national carrier TAROM, leading to a significant increase in the availability of internal flights and a reduction in costs.