All Tarom articles

  • ATR excursion Chisinau-c-AIAS
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    Tarom ATR 42 crew skipped checklist before Chisinau excursion

    2020-10-01T07:32:00Z

    Romanian investigators have disclosed that the pilots of a Tarom ATR 42-500 did not perform the descent checklist before a landing incident at Chisinau in which the crew lost lateral control and the aircraft swerved off the runway. Investigation authority AIAS says the cockpit-voice recording revealed the omission, adding ...

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    Tarom cleared to take 'stringently-monitored' rescue loan

    2020-02-24T12:33:00Z

    Rescue aid for Romanian flag-carrier Tarom, amounting to nearly €37 million, has been cleared by European Commission regulators. The Romanian government had previously indicated that it was aiming to support the ailing operator with a funding package, and notified regulators earlier this month. Tarom faces an “acute liquidity ...

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    Romanian government discusses funding to rescue Tarom

    2020-01-17T08:38:00Z

    Romania’s government has discussed allocating critical financial support to ailing flag-carrier Tarom during a meeting on 16 January. Transport minister Lucian Bode had asked prime minister Ludovic Orban to approve a draft memorandum for granting rescue aid, supplemented with restructuring aid, for 2020. After the meeting the head ...

  • ATR 600
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    Tarom expects to take new ATRs next year

    2019-12-27T22:04:00Z

    Tarom is expecting to start taking delivery of new ATR 72-600s in February 2020, after the Romanian flag-carrier formally signed for the acquisition of nine of the turboprop type. The airline had disclosed an initial lease agreement for the aircraft earlier this year and originally indicated it would receive ...

  • Tarom 737 Max
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    Government seeks Tarom rescue aid: minister

    2019-12-16T11:50:00Z

    Romania’s government is to seek €47 million in rescue finance for loss-making flag-carrier Tarom, as part of a €110 million restructuring package, the country’s transport minister has told a television station. Lucian Bode has disclosed the plan to Romanian television channel B1. “At Tarom, things look very bad,” ...

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    Tarom seeks US service renewal but no sign of own flights

    2019-11-05T11:45:00Z

    ​Romanian flag-carrier Tarom has sought an extension to transatlantic operation authorisation, although it has not indicated plans to operate its own aircraft on North American routes.

  • News

    Sixth chief this year prepares to lead embattled Tarom

    2019-10-21T18:18:38Z

    ​Romanian flag-carrier Tarom has named yet another director general, the sixth to hold the post at the troubled carrier this year.

  • News

    Romanian leader intervenes over Tarom vote-rig row

    2019-10-18T09:45:15Z

    Romania's outgoing prime minister has intervened to establish whether flag-carrier Tarom's management has complied with legal and operational requirements after serious allegations emerged that the carrier was pressured to engage in political influence.

  • ATR
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    Tarom stays with ATR for regional fleet modernisation

    2019-06-26T09:45:58Z

    ​Romanian flag-carrier Tarom is to modernise its regional fleet with the acquisition of nine ATR 72-600 turboprops.

  • News

    ​FARNBOROUGH: Tarom orders five 737 Max 8s

    2018-07-16T12:01:58Z

    Romanian flag carrier Tarom has signed an order for five Boeing 737 Max 8s at the Farnborough air show.

  • News

    Laudamotion to serve Amman and Marrakech this winter

    2018-05-23T14:54:20Z

    Laudamotion will this winter expand its network beyond Europe by adding Moroccan and Jordanian routes from its Vienna base.

  • News

    Wizz to add a first international link from Suceava

    2016-06-16T11:19:16Z

    Wizz Air has disclosed plans to give Suceava airport its first scheduled international route.

  • News

    Tarom eyes long-haul return

    2015-10-19T11:07:11Z

    Romania's Tarom is planning to restart long-haul operations.

  • Analysis

    ANALYSIS: Balkan airlines struggle for survival

    2014-02-24T10:02:49Z

    When Jat Airways was rebranded Air Serbia late last year, it marked the symbolic end of the concept of a pan-western Balkan national carrier – but who, if anyone, will ultimately replace it as the dominant player in the Balkan aviation market remains an open question.