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CNAB: profit of 68 million lei in 2012, 15% higher income compared to 2011 | 19.04.2013
Bucharest Airports National Company (BANC) recorded in 2012 a total income of 609,440,349 lei, with a 15% increase compared to 2011. BANC’s gross profit in 2012 rose up to 67,916,140 lei.
In 2012, BANC recorded on both airports of the city a total of 7,547,465 passenger traffic and 98592 aircraft movements (landings and takeoffs). Compared to 2011, the number of passengers having transited the two airports of the city increased by 1.33% in 2012.
The evolution of the number of passengers on both Bucharest Airports National Company’s airports fits the general tendency of growth recorded worldwide. According to statistics published by the Airports Council International (ACI), the European air traffic increased by 1.7% in 2012 compared to 2011.
In 2012, on AIHCB two new airlines began to operate: TAP Portugal and Flydubai. Starting March 25, 2012, Blue Air, Wizzair and Germanwings have transferred their flights from Bucharest Băneasa Aurel Vlaicu International Airport to Bucharest Henri CoandăInternational Airport.
Bucharest Airports National Company began operations on February 11, 2010 and ensures operational coordination and management of the two airports of the city. BANC was established through the merger of the two companies that were managing the airports in Bucharest, Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport and Bucharest Băneasa Aurel Vlaicu International Airport.
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Women's Day at Henri Coandă Airport | 06.03.2013
“Stop-over for beauty by Yves Roche, Cătălin Botezatu, Abbate Salon
Bucharest Airports National Company celebrates, this year, Women's Day with an event dedicated to Henri Coanda Airport’s passengers and women working in aviation, employees of various companies in the airport area.
Continuing the tradition of recent years, BANC organizes, Thursday, March 7, 2013, the event "Call for beauty". Starting at 10.30, the Departures Terminal of Henri Coandă Airport will host a fashion show, signed by the famous designer Cătălin Botezatu. The show puts the spotlight this year on several BANC’s employees who had the courage to climb the podium alongside professional models.
"Stop-over for beauty" is especially addressed to Henri Coandă Airport’s passengers, who are invited to take part in a "Make-over” show performed by professional stylists from Yves Rocher and Abbate Salon.
The number of taxi request at AIHCB steadily increases | 12.02.2013
Bucharest Airports National Company registered, on 11.02.2013, a total of 525 custom cab requests made by passengers arriving at “Henri Coandă”International Airport, through the help desks located in the Arrivals Terminal.
Since the entry into operation of the new taxi system, the number of requests for on-demand taxi increased steadily, during the first 12 days being recorded over 4,200 orders, which is a first indication of the success enjoyed by this new facility offered by BANC.
The reorganization of the taxi activity at AIHCB was carried out on February 1, 2013, considering the broadening of the range of services offered to the airport’s passengers, which this way can use the taxi by request services from any taxi company, as their personal choice.
Normal air traffic on Bucharest airports | 11.01.2013
On Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport (BHCIA) and Bucharest-Baneasa Aurel Vlaicu International Airport (BBAVIA), air traffic is carried on normal conditions.
There were no delays and no flight was canceled because of weather conditions.
On both airports the conditions for conducting safely air operations are provided. The runways, platforms and raceways of BHCIA and BBAVIA are opened and operational.
Real-time information about the flight situation on Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport can be found on the web page www.bucharestairports.ro/otp
Bucharest Airports National Company recommends all passengers to take the necessary measures to get to the airport in time.
Santa Claus is coming by plane | 13.12.2012
Bucharest National Airport Company (CNAB) celebrates this year on Monday, 17th of December, the arriving of Santa Clause at Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport.
Waited anxiously by the CNAB’s employees’ children, Santa Clause will arrive by plane on Henri Coanda Airport, bringing lots of presents and stories from Lapland. This year, the “helps” of Santa entertaining the children will be: Trouble Raindeer, King of Ice and the Dancing Magician.
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