Bucharest - Dublin from May 2013 with TAROM

Bucharest - Dublin from May 2013 with TAROM

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TAROM announces the introduction of flights to Dublin, Ireland, starting from 1 to 2013, with 3 weekly frequencies. The flights will be performed with a Boeing 737 aircraft on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, according to the following schedule:

21.30 Bucharest - 23.30 Dublin
00.20 Dublin - 06.05 Bucharest.

This route meets the Romanian community in Ireland, as well as passengers traveling on duty between Bucharest and Dublin. It also facilitates the connection traffic from Chisinau, Istanbul or Athens, providing very good connections for passengers traveling from Eastern Europe to Ireland.

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"The summer program comes with a lot of news for our passengers. First of all, we have introduced new flights from Iasi to Bologna, Turin and London, flights that are successful as bookings on these routes are constantly increasing. Ireland is a popular destination for Romanians and we believe that the introduction of flights to Dublin will be very well received by passengers, "

said Christian Heinzmann, CEO of TAROM.

The announcement comes after the air carrier Aer Lingus will cancel the Dublin - Bucharest route from 30 April to 2013. Here's why Blue Air didn't get to enjoy too much exclusivity on the route. We will return with information on prices and bookings on TAROM flights.

13 Comments
  1. Alex says

    Hours are impossible. I would like to visit Ireland next year, but I don't think I will choose Tarom if I keep these hours. I guess it wasn't that hard to find a free slot in Dublin, which is not an airport so crowded though.

    1. Sorin says

      They want to fly with airplanes and at night. I think it's a good time. You leave late Friday night and return Sunday night. Monday at 6.05 you are in Bucharest and you can get to work.

      I know it's a tiring flight by plane, but I think you can sleep peacefully for a few hours :).

      1. Alex says

        Returning would not be a big problem, but at the same time you omit the fact that you pay for a night of accommodation for nothing. Take a count, say a hotel at 50 eur, taxi 20 eur, start 70 eur just because you slept in Dublin, so you practically still minimum 70 eur at the ticket price (35 per person if you go with someone). And is it worth it in this case? And on Monday, you better take a day off, my opinion ...

        1. Sorin says

          I am a traveler and I prefer to go and discover as much of a destination. For example, Dublin is a city with lots of fun at night and you have the opportunity to stroll through the parks, eventually eat in a restaurant, relax. I travel with a cabin bag or bag, so no big luggage and I can move quietly.

          The second thing. You get there before midnight and you can stay, plus as far as I know there is still a means of transport until about 1-2 at night. So you avoid paying a taxi and you can stay anytime and rest, and from 7 you can go for a walk through Dublin, like I did in Madrid.

          If you want comfort then bear some expenses. If you like to travel and enjoy any time, then you can handle the current schedule :).

          It is just my opinion that you do not travel to all inclusive :) and that does not take into account a strict schedule. I will even try to get this year on a city break in Dublin.

          1. Alex says

            To know that I also travel with little money, but at midnight it is not exactly comfortable to swim around the city in search of the hotel ...
            I did not stay in my life in a hotel of 5 stars, for example, I think I would not know how to turn on the light (exaggerating a bit) and I think they are exactly the kind of tourist that you appreciate, but I think they could find me even better hours, but until we talk about hours, see the prices ...

          2. Sorin says

            Yes, we need to see the prices. They won't be cheap, it's not a cheap race. As for the rest, each with the travel strategy. I understand you too, but I think you can get over the small inconvenience that lasts for hours ...

  2. Master RA says

    bravo, very good!

  3. ILIE ENESCU says

    CONGRATULATIONS to TAROM for the destination Dublin-Bucharest… ..the hours are perfect… I go to 12 in the evening and arrive in the country in the morning, not like the other Irish company Aerlingus that arrived at 9 in the evening and I had to lose the night at the airport because I lost all connection to Valcea. … .And when I return to Ireland, I go to Castigang in the evening for almost a day in the country… it is lasted with Airline for Easter and lastly with Blueair when I return after Easter, having to stay at the airport at night, because the departure is in the morning at 7 from 7 = Romanian company without conditions and more expensive than airline ... I hope that tarom to practice the same measures as blueair = gross staff at the shipping counter, as if to charge you if you even 1 kg extra ... and by the way stupid only is Romania: the bag with / laptop is considered luggage ie the second hand luggage the one of 10 kg…. pay more attention to those who travel with blueair and have a laptop to expect the company that 'manipulates' in airport with luggage not to be charged if you smell a little angel ... nice trip and Happy Easter

    1. Sorin Rusi says

      You have chosen low + cost, respect the conditions. It doesn't matter if you have 1 Kg extra or minus. That's everywhere. It is not with mud that it is a Romanian company. It turns out you didn't fly with other low-cost companies. That's what you charge in grams and in mm. Plus that means low cost, less services included in the ticket price.

      Read this article to understand how you can fly quietly with Blue Air https://airlinestravel.ro/bucuresti-madrid-bucuresti-cu-blue-air-in-martie-2013.html

  4. Greg says

    From my point of view, the hours are a bit exaggerated. I live in Ireland for 14 years, and this would be a premiere with arriving in Bucharest at 6 amPtr for those who are not pretentious is no problem. enjoy too much because the prices will be overwhelming, so I prefer to travel with KLM, Lufthansa, Airfrance..etc even if it means a few hours stop (2-3) in Amsterdam, Frankfurt or Paris ... Tarom has a palm the hatred of the Romanians from Ireland when in 2002 they turned their backs on them and took out all the direct flights. But since they were smarter to make nice money, they were not in a position ... ("you always like it :)))) Dear TAROMULAS, as I have done so many great years without you, I promise that I will handle it from now on.Ba at much better prices and with a high degree of comfort.SO LONG, and I wish you as many flights. The question is this: I am very curious to see how much I can resist with this flight program and with the prices that will be announced bombastic ……… ..you know what I mean :))))))))))))))))))

    1. Sorin Rusi says

      169 EUR is a lot, a little?

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