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Sorinel Ciobanu, Director General

Well rooted in the past, but widely opened to the new, Bucharest Airports National Company manages the airports of the Capital, Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport and Bucharest Băneasa Aurel Vlaicu International Airport, which merged in 2010 and process over 70% of the passenger air traffic in Romania. The goal is to develop the most modern and efficient regional airports system in the South-Eastern part of Europe, in order to facilitate our country’s economical and cultural exchange with all the countries worldwide. The mission is to ensure a fluent passenger and cargo traffic and to be a trustworthy partner for all our clients - the passengers, the airlines and the handling companies - by promoting the highest standards of the provided services, protecting the environment and maintaining a high level of social responsibility. Wisely balanced between tradition and innovation, Bucharest Airports National Company constantly develops its own route to success. Henri Coandă International Airport was ranked fourth by Airports Council International-Europe in Europe’s top airports that recorded the largest increase in air traffic in 2014 and third as concerning the most significant air traffic increase in the first trimester of 2015 in the category of airports having between 5 and 10 million passengers. In 2014, on the two airports of Bucharest - Henri Coandă International Airport (Otopeni Airport) and Bucharest Baneasa-Aurel Vlaicu International Airport (AIBB AV), a number of 8,321,858 passengers and 102,048 aircraft movements was recorded. In the first quarter of 2015 the number of passengers who transited the two airports registered a significant increase of 15,5 % compared to last year’s same period, and the number of aircraft movements increased by 12.6% over last year’s same period.