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Through its current and future development projects, Cluj International Airport aims to develop the infrastructure, create new opportunities for the development of the route network and attract airlines to operate new destinations, increase operating frequencies by providing marketing support in line with the market national and European air transport, in order to increase air traffic and determine the economic and touristic development of the region.

Interesting facts about Cluj-Napoca


In 2011, 324.576 inhabitants lived within the city limits, making it the second most populous city in the country at the time, after the national capital Bucharest.

Universities and schools

The city of Cluj-Napoca is considered the second university center in Romania, being the place that hosts approximately 80.000 students from the whole country every year.


Cluj-Napoca has a hot continental summer climate. The climate is influenced by the city's proximity to the Apuseni Mountains, as well as by urbanization.

Festivals and events

Concerts, festivals, cultural shows, exhibitions, parties, conferences and workshops, book and film launches and other events, you can find them all in Cluj.