The National Airports Company Bucharest and TAROM celebrate Romanian, on 1 December
On the National Day of Romania, the National Airports Company Bucharest, in partnership with TAROM organizes "1 December at the airport", an event that aims to bring to the passengers of the largest airport in Romania a small part of the national spirit and traditions.
The event will take place during the 11: 30-14: 30 time interval, at the Arrivals terminal of Henri Coandă International Airport (AIHCB), and passengers who have decided to travel by National Day will be greeted with a folk dance performance and many more. surprises from both companies.
On this occasion, the general director of the Bucharest National Airports Company, Liviu Radu, stated:
“From 1 December, the celebration of all Romanians begins at the airport! Bucharest National Airports Company proves the well-known national hospitality and welcomes the passengers of Henri Coandă International Airport (Romanians and foreigners alike) in holiday clothes, as it is the National Day of all Romanians. In the hope that we have been able to capture, since entering the country, the Romanian spirit, as well as a small part of the original local traditions, we are happy to wish our passengers a warm 'Happy Birthday'!
"TAROM is the airline that proudly carries the national flag all over the world, always upholding Romanian values and traditions. We are glad that we can organize an event dedicated to Romania, in collaboration with the Bucharest National Airports Company. By celebrating the National Day of Romania, we intend to offer our passengers and all those who are at the airport on the 1 December, the warmth, the good disposition and the specificity of Romania, celebrating together the most important moment in the history of this country. On this occasion I wish to convey to all Romanians "Happy Birthday with peace, well-being and happiness!"
, said Christian Heinzmann, TAROM Executive Director.
The event "1 December in the airport" is organized with the support of the National Tourism Authority and the City Hall of Bucharest.