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Old April 29th, 2008, 07:34 PM   #1
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Romanian Airports

Since forecasts show high growth in this area for Romania ,and with the start of major projects in these field such as construction of Brasov Airport,or the modernization of Iasi airport i think this thread is in order
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I think you should make a bigger effort when opening a new thread. You could at least edit this first post to include a list of all existing Romanian airports and projects for new ones.
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Iasi future airport:





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Future Brasov Airport,works started on 15 april and will be finished in 2010:



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Cluj-Napoca Airport:

The construction of the new "Schengen" terminal started on 26 June 2007. According to official statements it will cover some 10,000 square meters, and its construction is supposed to be finalised by April 2008.
A new 3,500 metres long runway and a cargo terminal (including a Nokia cargo terminal) are planned to be built.
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This thread has already been open here..

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=608798

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Kogalniceanu Airport will operate low-cost flights to Bruxelles
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Operatorul aerian low-cost Blue Air va opera, din 12 august, curse pe ruta Constanta (Aeroportul Mihail Kogalniceanu) - Bruxelles (Zaventem) si retur, in fiecare zi de marti, a anuntat compania. Pe de alta parte, conducerea Aeroportului Mihail Kogalniceanu a anuntat ca vrea sa introduca, pana la sfarsitul anului, alte doua curse low-cost catre diverse orase europene, dupa ce, luna trecuta, a fost inaugurata prima cursa Ryanair, pe ruta Constanta-Pisa. Principalii jucatori low-cost sunt Blue Air, WizzAir, easyJet, MyAir, SkyEurope si Germanwings.
Constanta's Kogalniceanu airport could attract two more low-cost operators
http://www.standard.ro/articol_42212...operators.html

Mihail Kogalniceanu international airport, located close to the seaside city of Constanta, could operate low-cost flights to Germany and Spain, by two new airline companies by the end of 2008. The only company currently operating from Kogalniceanu airport is Ryanair.

"The first flight of a low cost company landed on the airport on April 18. It is a flight to Pisa. The average passenger number per flight is 120 and 15 percent of them are foreigners. Our goal for 2008 is to attract other low cost operators to increase the passenger flux. We have to fight the <military airport> label," said the airport's General Manager, Tiberiu Cazacu.

Mihail Kogalniceanu airport is controlled by the state, with a 60 percent stock owned by Transportation Ministry. Besides the passenger airport, a military airport and a military base are located in the village of Mihail Kogalniceanu, near Constanta
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Airport and off-airport property ready for take-off

An interesting article about Romania's aiports and related developments.

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Bucharest and Timisoara were mentioned among the fastest growing airports in Europe in a report by King Sturge on airport property, making them hot spots for out-of-town property developers. The Brasov airport, currently underway, and the other expected airport revamps and greenfield projects should attract more developers and investors in airport property and off-airport offices, hotels and logistics.

Properties close to airports and airports building compounds themselves have been neglected in Romania, while abroad such assets represent attractive alternative investments. Romania has several airports that have seen increasing numbers of passengers, due in part to the increasing presence of low-cost carriers that have included Romania in their expansion programs.
Romania has 17 commercial airports in total, the busiest being Henri Coanda in Bucharest, which handled 3.5 million passengers in 2006. It expects up to 5.5 million passengers this year.

The main Bucharest hub is on the list of airports which need revamping and even expansion, with a project to that end already drafted. The Romanian state, the major shareholder in the Henri Coanda Airport, will start buying land for the expansion by mid-this year, according to previous announcements. A new airport is to join the existing 17, once the terminal in Brasov, for which construction works have recently started, is completed.

But besides air traffic, airports represent perfect locations for offices, hotels, warehousing facilities, and even for supporting retail. Bucharest's main airport, Henri Coanda (Otopeni), has attracted several office building developers to its vicinity.

The off-airport property market in Europe saw last year rents between EUR 120 per sqm per year in Vienna to EUR 539 per sqm per year in Paris, which remains the most expensive market for such properties.

Bucharest stands midway between the two, with an estimated rent of a little less than EUR 200 per sqm per year, according to the King Sturge report. Rental values have picked up across Europe and vacancy rates continue to fall. In both Western and Central Europe, an improving economy and occupier outlook, combined with a shortage of available class A space in town, is driving an upturn in out-of-town office rental values.

While for Romania, the average in-town office property investment yield stands at some 6 percent, out-of-town offices offer a 7 percent investment yield, found the King Sturge report. Bucharest offers the second biggest yield for out-of-town office investments, outdone only by Bratisvala, with a 7.5 percent yield for out-of-town offices.

Cities in the region, such as Budapest, Prague and Warsaw, where in-town office yields have already been dropping in the last period, are not offering better out-of-town yields than Bucharest does. They range from 6 to 6.5 percent.

Bucharest is not the only Romanian city where airport property is a still untapped niche, and which could prove profitable. The Timisoara airport was the second fastest growing passenger airport in 2006, with a 186 percent increase, up to 750,000 passengers, according to the King Sturge report.

Surprisingly, Bucharest's Aurel Vlaicu (Baneasa) airport came fourth, with 676,000 passengers and a 75 percent increase, according to the report quoting ACI. In the first half of 2007, Bucharest's main airport Henri Coanda (Otopeni) was sixth on the list of airports with the biggest passenger traffic increases, with 2.1 million passengers, a 38 percent increase on the same period of the previous year.

"Small regional airports across Europe are experiencing the fastest growth rates in passenger numbers, in particular those located in the Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries of Poland and Romania. Increased mobility of the population across Europe and the continued growth of low-cost carriers (LCCs), which favor regional airports over the larger international hub airports, are the main drivers behind growth at these airports," the report states.

The original airport serving Bucharest before Henri Coanda International Airport was built in 1968 was at Baneasa. Once traffic had migrated to the new airport, Aurel Vlaicu remained operational but was seldom used until the arrival of several low-cost airlines. The airport has now positioned itself as the low-cost alternative to Henri Coanda, serving airlines such as Blue Air (Romania's first home grown low-cost carrier), Germanwings and My Air.

Timisoara airport, which handled 755,000 passengers in 2006, serves the western region of Romania and has experienced rapid growth in passenger traffic over recent years, mainly hosting full service carrier international and domestic services.

The growth of passenger numbers through Central and Eastern European airports is set to continue as the CEE countries become more integrated in the European Union. For a growing percentage of the population, air travel is being used not just for business travel or to reach a holiday destination, but for commuting between a country of origin and other EU countries where they may be residing for employment or study purposes.

Freight operators could also consider building their own facilities close to Romanian airports, to better serve the region, thus tapping into the airport property market. "There seems to be a repositioning by air freight companies to airports that can serve the booming Eastern Europe market," the report says.

Hotel properties are popular close to airports, and large international hotel chains have chosen to build such facilities close to airports with high traffic. Marriott has built a Courtyard unit close to Frederich Chopin Warsaw airport, and Prague airport. The hotel also features office and conference facilities for travelers to use in between flights. Novotel, part of Accor Group, has also chosen the Warsaw airport area to build a facility.

Bucharest only has several local and international branded hotels close to the Otopeni airport. The former Golden Tulip airport hotel has recently become Angelo, after being taken over by Austrian group Warimpex, while a second hotel facility called Phoenicia is run by hotel investor Mohamad Murad.
With the main airports becoming more crowded as passenger traffic increases, secondary airports will get some of the main load and also become attractive to property developers.

The underway Brasov airport is one of the most eagerly awaited, which suggests that not only does off-airport property represent an opportunity in Romania, but airport properties as well, as several existing airports may need revamping, while others are planned for construction.

The Brasov-Ghimbav airport is being built on a 200-hectare plot through a public-private partnership and requires a EUR 100 million investment, of which EUR 80 million represents direct investment. The local authorities expect the investment in the airport to break even in eight years, with a six-month period of grace once the airport is up and running. The Brasov airport is expected to be completed in 30 months, Canadian company Intelcan is working on the Brasov airport project, after placing the sole bid for it. The firm provides both air traffic control solutions and aviation infrastructure. It holds 64.3 percent of the shares in the company which runs the airport project, while the Brasov county council, 20 percent, the Brasov local council holds 10 percent, and the Ghimbav City Hall, a five percent share package. The Covasna and Harghita county councils also hold 0.5 and 0.2 percent respectively, after having offered land for the project.

The Brasov airport has already received letters of intent from airline companies, such as Malev, Austrian Airlines and Wizz Air, which would like to use it, according to the Brasov municipality. The airport should host at least 12 such companies immediately after completion. Intelcan was already working in Romania on the Fetesti airport. The airport project in Brasov will be a showcase of what the ministry of transportation is planning for the new airport in south Bucharest, which would become the third such facility in the capital. As airports are infrastructure, many of them may receive European financing dedicated to the sector.

At the same time, American group ANYC Group Inc. is planning to invest in the existing Suceava Airport, and is expected to present its investment plan in June this year. The investment project includes the construction of several warehouses in the area and the expansion of the airport runway. The Suceava authorities also expect the airport master plan to be ready at the beginning of June this year.

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Geez, plans for expansions at Henri Coanda (Otopeni) has being going on for how many years now? They should stop talking and start acting! Our current airport cannot support the rate our country is rising at (economically and aviation wise).
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Cool Cluj-Napoca International Airport had the highest growth of passengers number in Europe, for Airports under 1 million capacity

from here: http://www.ziuadecj.ro/action/article?ID=12135

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Record de pasageri la Aeroportul Cluj-Napoca


În aprilie 2008, Aeroportul Internaţional Cluj-Napoca a înregistrat 53.949 de pasageri, cu 130% mai mulţi faţă de cei 23.456 din aprilie 2007, a anunţat conducerea Consiliului Judeţean (CJ).

“Având în vedere noile destinaţii introduse, creşterea record a traficului pentru primul trimestru al anului şi perspectiva extinderii infrastructurii, previziunile sunt de depăşirea pragului de 800.000 de pasageri pentru 2008 faţă de cei 390.000 ai anului 2007. Această creştere a traficului de pasageri reprezintă cea mai mare creştere înregistrată pe un aeroport european la categoria sub un milion de pasageri”, a menţionat preşedintele CJ, Marius Nicoară.

Pentru a face faţă creşterii traficului de pasageri şi tendinţei de creştere permanentă pentru anii viitori, precum şi în vederea asigurării capacităţii necesare procesării pasagerilor în conformitate cu cerinţele Uniunii Europene, CJ a demarat un program de investiţii.

“Principalele obiective privind dezvoltarea şi modernizarea aeroportului constau în construirea a două noi terminale de pasageri destinate procesării acestora pe fluxurile de plecări şi sosiri, în construirea unei piste de 3.500m, extinderea platformei de parcare aeronave, precum şi dotarea aeroportului cu echipamente de control de securitate aeronautică în vederea asigurării condiţiilor de siguranţă şi securitate impuse de reglementările internaţionale de aviaţie civilă specifice.

Volumul de investiţii care se realizează de Aeroportul Internaţional Cluj-Napoca în 2008 este cel mai mare din România în domeniul aeroportuar”, a menţionat Nicoară.
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mainly to do with www.wizzair.com
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http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpo...63&postcount=9
Bureaucracy is (as always ) delaying major upgrade (badly needed) of Iasi International Airport. Iasi is dead without it as the E-W motorway will be completed (if ever ) no earlier than 2020 (IMO)


Birocratia din Guvern joaca ping-pong cu Aeroportul Iasi
Data publicarii: 18/04/2008

Hirtiile vizind trecerea in patrimoniul Aeroportului a terenului necesar extinderii se plimba printre ministere. Desi trimise la Bucuresti inca din februarie, documentele au fost avizate abia de un minister.
Inca trei ministere trebuie sa-si dea acordul, apoi trebuie aprobate de Guvern. Mai mult, va trebui sa-si dea aprobarea si Consiliul Suprem de Aparare a Tarii. "Nu pot sa anticipez cind vor ajunge proiectele in sedinta de guvern", spune ministrul Transporturilor.

Situatia de la Aeroport pare fara iesire. Documentele trimise la Bucuresti, la sfirsitul lunii februarie, pentru demararea lucrarilor de modernizare a Aeroportului parca s-au ratacit. Pina in acest moment, desi au trecut aproape doua luni de la trimiterea proiectelor de hotarire care ar trebui aprobate pentru inceperea lucrarilor, acestea au fost verificate de un singur minister in drumul lor pina a ajunge pe masa guvernantilor spre aprobare.

"Am discutat zilele acestea la ministerul Internelor si Reformei Administrative si mi s-a spus ca proiectele de hotarire se afla in mapa ministrului Cristian David pentru a fi semnate. Urmeaza ca acestea sa fie trimise si la celelalte ministere care trebuie sa aprobe transferul de terenuri in zona in care se va extinde Aeroportul. Dupa ce acestea isi vor da acordul, proiectele vor intra in sedinta de guvern pentru aprobare", a precizat prefectul Marius Bodea.

Sefii Consiliului Judetean, institutia care a initiat proiectul de modernizare, asteapta in fiecare saptamina aprobarea proiectelor de autoritatile centrale. De cealalta parte, reprezentantii Guvernului anunta ca vor sprijini proiectul de modernizare, dar nu pot preciza cind vor aproba proiectele de hotarire.

Proceduri greoaie
La sfirsitul lunii februarie, sefii Prefecturii, Consiliului Judetean si Aeroportului s-au intilnit intr-un cadru festiv pentru a anunta ca au fost finalizate proiectele de hotarire de guvern privind modernizarea Aeroportului. Practic, documentatia viza trecerea in proprietatea CJ a aproximativ 172 ha, terenul fiind detinut de unele ministere, de Statiunea Dancu, dar si de doua firme private si de cinci persoane fizice care au titluri de proprietate pentru 2,5 ha.

Totodata, s-a solicitat autoritatilor centrale la acea data si finantarea lucrarilor de modernizare cu 30 de milioane lei, dupa ce, la finele lui 2007, CJ a returnat la bugetul central in jur de 10 milioane lei destinati pentru demararea lucrarilor la Aeroport. Banii nu au putut fi cheltuiti deoarece situatia juridica a terenurilor pe care trebuia sa se extinda Aeroportul nu era clara, iar lucrarile nu puteau fi pornite. "Am intrat in linie dreapta!", a anuntat entuziast la data trimiterii catre Bucuresti a documentatiei presedintele CJ, Lucian Flaiser.

Dar se pare ca Iasul mai are de asteptat, pentru ca documentele trimise la sfirsitul lunii februarie au fost analizate doar de MIRA, iar proiectele urmeaza sa mai treaca prin trei ministere. "Urmeaza ca ministerele Mediului, Agriculturii si Apararii Nationale, implicate in schimbul de terenuri, sa analizeze documentatia si sa-si dea acordul", a declarat Bodea.

Seful Prefecturii a mentionat ca procedura transferului de terenuri de la o autoritate la alta este una greoaie. Mai mult, ministrul Transporturilor, Ludovic Orban, a afirmat ca nu poate preciza cind vor ajunge proiectele de modernizare a Aeroportului International Iasi pe masa Guvernului.

"Procedurile de transfer, atunci cind este vorba despre terenuri detinute de Ministerul Apararii Nationale, presupun intrunirea Consiliului Suprem de Aparare a Tarii (CSAT). Nu pot sa anticipez cind vor ajunge proiectele in sedinta de guvern", a afirmat ministrul Transporturilor. Practic, pentru extinderea Aeroportului, din cele 172 ha, 22,5 ha sint detinute de Ministerul Apararii.

"In fiecare miercuri asteptam o hotarire"
Conducerea CJ sustine ca, in acest moment, nu poate face altceva decit sa astepte hotaririle de guvern prin care ar trebui aprobate trecerea terenului necesar extinderii in proprietatea autoritatilor judetene si finantarea in parte a lucrarilor. "In fiecare miercuri (n.r. - cind sint programate sedintele de guvern) asteptam o hotarire de la Bucuresti, dar se pare ca nu mai vine. Probabil ca cei de la Bucuresti considera ca Iasul nu are nevoie de Aeroport", a precizat vicepresedintele CJ Iovu Brezuleanu.

Aceeasi pozitie a avut-o si directorul Aeroportului, Mitica Rebegea. "Astept cu sufletul la gura in fiecare miercuri sa vad daca nu este o hotarire si pentru Aeroportul Iasi. As fi bucuros daca s-ar rezolva si cu terenurile, si cu finantarea, ca sa pot incepe lucrarile fara sa le mai amin", a spus Rebegea.

De cealalta parte, autoritatile centrale au precizat ca vor sprijini financiar modernizarea Aeroportului Iasi, dar in conditiile in care situatia juridica a terenurilor va fi clarificata. "Cu siguranta vom sprijini modernizarea Aeroportului de la Iasi. Asa cum am alocat bani anul trecut, vom aloca si anul acesta, dar in masura in care sint pregatite toate detaliile juridice si tehnice", a afirmat Orban.

Pentru modernizarea Aeroportului Iasi ar fi necesare sume care ajung la 200 de milioane de euro. Numai lucrarile la pista elastica de 3.000 de metri se ridica la 50 de milioane de euro.
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E grele astea cu infrastructuri, cu munci... rocket science. Pacat de orasul ala.
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pai e grele ca autostrada NU, aeroport NU, vecini NU(Moldova) ...cum dreak sa atragi investitii sau sa-ti tii studentii (absolventii) acasa ?!?!

Noroc cu E85 (DN2) care este OK si se ajunge (de) la Bucuresti relativ repede ... ca legatura cu Transilvania e jale ... le ia la studenti ~8 ore cu autocarul (vorbesc din surse sigure) din Piatra-Neamt pina la Cluj ... deci Iasi-Cluj cred ca e aprox 10 ore ... si asta se intimpla in UE 2008

Sa nu mai amintec ca am luat un tren "Rapid" din Piatra pina la Buc ... cost ~ 20 Euro si timp ... 6 ore (fix) ... iar Sageata Albastra face 5.05 ore ...

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E greu sa te dezvolti cand vecinii tai sunt vasluiul,botosaniul si la est cea mai saraca regiune din europa
Cu toate acestea cred ca Iasiul se va dezvolta foarte frumos si isi va ocupa locul care il merita atat in Ro cat si la nivel european drept cel mai mare oras situat la granita estica a U.E
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Pai astept ... aeroportul ...ca altceva nu-l salveaza (cu adevarat ... sa fie clar) ... time is money and ... distance/time is essential (these days) for every/any investor/tourist etc
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Airport wannabe; 1.8 km runway.
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yeh ... it needs 2.8-3 km for cargoS and big planes ...
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And a REAL terminal. Not just a hut with a metal detector. Also taxiways are quite popular in airports these days.
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ZA project looks promising
http://www.aeroport.ro/proiect%20mod...roport-eng.htm

1. Suprafata de miscare aeroportuara
1.1. PDA inclusiv platforme si cai de rulare
1.2. Balizaj incusiv panouri de ghidaj
1.3. PNA
1.4. Imprejmuire
1.5. Sisteme supraveghere exterioare
1.6. Terasamente

2. Terminal pasageri
2.1. Terminal de pasageri
2.2. Spatii tehnice terminal pasageri
2.3. Procent valoare retele exterioare
2.4. Dotari aeroportuare
2.5. Aductiune gaze

3. Terminal Cargo
3.1. Terminal Cargo
3.2. Procent valoare retele exterioare
3.3. Parcare terminal Cargo

4. Hangar parcare si intretinere avioane
4.1. Hangar parcare si intretinere avioane - existent demolare
4.2. Hangar parcare si intretinere avioane - propus

4.3. Procent valoare retele exterioare

5. Parcaj terminal pasageri
5.1. Cladire parcaj terminal de pasageri
5.2. Platforma parcaj terminal de pasageri
5.3. Procent valoare retele exterioare

6. Retele rutiere

7. Depozit carburanti

8. Serviciul de interventii in caz de incendiu

9. Lucrari pentru protectia mediului

10. Serviciul de handling de platforma

11. Serviciul pentru intretinerea infrastructurii aeroportuare
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