You can find on this page the Bucharest airports map to print and to download in PDF. The Bucharest airport map presents terminals and gates of the international airport of Bucharest in Romania.
Bucharest has two airports (see Bucharest airport map), of which Bucharest Henri Coanda Airport (Otopeni) is the largest. Bucharest Aurel Vlaicu Airport (Baneasa) is smaller and dedicated to business air traffic.

Bucharest airports map

Map of Bucharest airports

The Bucharest airports map shows all the airports around Bucharest. This airports map of Bucharest will allow you to determine which airport you will used to leave Bucharest in Romania. The Bucharest airports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

If you are coming/leaving by air Henri Coanda (Otopeni) Airport will be your entry/exit point for Bucharest. Opened in the late 1960s, Otopeni is today Romania largest and busiest airport (official website); it has been substantially enlarged in the past few years in order to cope with the significant growth in traffic, but further development is still needed. This airport is located 16 km north of Bucharest as you can see in Bucharest airports map. There are two main options for getting to the city, taking Express RATB Bus 783 or using a taxi. To get to/from the Gara de Nord (Bucharest North Railway station), the main train station, take Bus 780; cost of the trip is is 8.6 /lei return which is bought at a kiosk near the bus stop.

Aurel Vlaicu (Baneasa) Airport - business airport is theoretically being converted into a business airport but more likely it will fully close. Baneasa major advantage was its location within Bucharest city limits, which makes access to public transportation very easy: Bus 131 links this airport with Piata Romana in downtown Bucharest as its shown in Bucharest airports map. It runs daily between 4.30 AM and 10.50 PM and starts from the bus terminal on the main road in front of the airport. Bus 301also links this airport with Piata Romana (heading south) and reaches the airport approx. between 5 AM and 11.10 PM. It stops in the above mentioned terminal. Express bus 783links Baneasa airport with Otopeni airport (heading north) and also with Piata Unirii in downtown Bucharest (heading south).

The first flights in the Băneasa area took place in 1909 and they were carried out by the French pilot and aviation pioneer Louis Blériot as its mentioned in Bucharest airports map. In 1912 the first flight school in Romania was opened on Băneasa airfield. This makes Băneasa airport or Aurel Vlaicu (Baneasa) Airport the oldest continuously operating airport in Eastern Europe, and among the oldest five airports in the world. While during World War II , Henri Coanda (Otopeni) Airport in Otopeni Was used as an airbase by the German Air Force . Up to 1965 It was restricted for military use, and Was one of the major bases of the Romanian Air Force , with a runway of 1,200 meters (3,900 ft). Before 1965 Baneasa Airport Was the only airport That Bucharest used for Commercial Flights. However, with the growth of air traffic, a new commercial airport was constructed in the settlement of Otopeni, where the military air base used to be.

Bucharest international airport map

Map of Bucharest airport gates

The map of Bucharest airport presents the main international airport of Bucharest. This international airport map of Bucharest will allow you to determine by which terminal and gate you will arrive or leave Bucharest in Romania. The airport Bucharest map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Henri Coandă International Airport ( Romanian : Aeroportul Internaţional Henri Coandă ) ( IATA : OTP , ICAO : LROP ) is Romania busiest international airport , located 16.5 km (10.3 mi) northwest of the city of Bucharest , within Otopeni city ​​limits as you can see in Bucharest international airport map. One of two airports serving the Romanian capital, the other being Băneasa, it is named after Romanian flight pioneer Henri Coandă , builder of Coandă-1910 aircraft and discoverer of theCoanda effect of fluidics. Until May 2004, the official name was Bucharest Otopeni International Airport ( Romanian : Aeroportul Internaţional Bucureşti Otopeni ), which remains the name by which it is generally known. The military section of the airport is currently used by the 90th Airlift Flotilla of the Romanian Air Force. Henri Coandă International Airport serves as headquarters for TAROM , the country national airline and Țiriac Air.

Bucharest international airport facilities consist of a single terminal with two main buildings (occasionally considered to be separate terminals). These two buildings are the Departures Hall (formerly known as International Departures Hall) and the Arrivals Hall (formerly known as International Arrivals / Domestic Hall). A walkway with several shops connects the buildings. The airport has one concourse (the so-called finger terminal) with 24 gates (of which 14 equipped with jetways as its shown in Bucharest international airport map) and passengers transit organized in two separate, Schengen / non-Schengen, flows. The International Departure area hosts a variety of shops, cafes, lounges, Internet cafes and many more. There is also a chapel at the first level of the International Departures Hall. The facilities inside the airport are easily accessible for the persons with disabilities. Airlines distribute Romanian- and English-language newspapers at the departure gates.

Bucharest international airport is currently undertaking Phase III of its development program, a € 150 million investment, which consist of the expansion of Departure Hall, Arrivals Hall and the concourse. At the end of this phase (2012), the terminal will have a processing capacity of 4,500 passengers per hour as its mentioned in Bucharest international airport map. Thus the airport capacity is expected to raise to a total of 6 mil. passengers annually on both domestic and international routes. Beyond Phase III, a new terminal building ( Henri Coandă 2), located at the Eastern end of the current location is envisioned. Henri Coandă 2 will be of a modular design, consisting of 4 separate buildings, each capable of individually handling 5 million passengers annually. Each module will be built as traffic demands will dictate. Thus, by 2023, Terminal 2 alone should be able to handle the 20 million passengers per year indicated by estimates. The terminal will be connected to the future A3 motorway , to the railway system and to the Bucharest Metro system as Bucharest Metro Line M6 .