Ryanair has announced it will open a new base at Bucharest Airport from October this year.
The low-cost Irish carrier will base three aircraft at the location and offer two new routes - to Athens and Timisoara.
The decision will also allow Ryanair to operate more flights to Brussels, Dublin and Milan, which will deliver 1.4 million passengers a year to the Romanian capital.
The carrier will offer a total of 90 flights per week.
Ryanair also launched a new Romanian website.
In Bucharest, Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary said: “Our Bucharest winter schedule includes daily services to London, Madrid and Rome, making Ryanair the ideal choice for both business and leisure customers.”