Wizz Air resumed the flights on the route Cluj - Birmingham, from August 5, 2021
Cluj "Avram Iancu" International Airport announces today, August 5, 2021 the resumption of regular flights to Birmingham, the second largest city in the United Kingdom.
Flights to Birmingham are available for passengers who choose to travel from Cluj airport, starting today, with 2 weekly frequencies according to the schedule in the following table:
|Destination||Flight resumption date||Operating days||Operating program|
|Cluj-Napoca Birmingham (CLJ-BHX)||From August 5, 2021||Thursday and Sunday||20:05 CLJ - 21:20 BHX|
|Birmingham- Cluj – Napoca (BHX-CLJ)||From August 5, 2021||Thursday and Sunday||21:20 BHX- 02:55 CLJ|
Birmingham has long been considered the "workshop of the world", because it housed many factories and factories that led to the Industrial Revolution that propelled Britain into the position of the world's greatest economic, political and military power. Over time, Birmingham redefined itself, retaining its commercial character, but developing massively on other levels such as culture.
The city hosts numerous Romanian communities whose objective is to facilitate the integration of Romanians in British society and to preserve the Romanian linguistic and cultural identity. They are well integrated in the British society, the vast majority of Romanian citizens occupying jobs in the medical sector, agriculture, construction, along with specialists in the financial-banking and academic fields.
In Brexit, more than 400.000 Romanians remained in the UK, according to data recently published (July 2021) by the UK's National Bureau of Statistics.
Currently, from Cluj International Airport, the air operator Wizz Air ensures the connection with Great Britain through the frequent flights resumed today to Birmingham, flights operated to Doncaster Sheffield with 2 weekly frequencies, on Mondays and Fridays, respectively London Luton with 7 weekly frequencies, every day of the week. By the end of the year, the airline is also scheduled to resume its destination Liverpool, from October 5, 2021.