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Nordica to operate first flight to Black Sea resort

Founded in around the year 600, Constanţa is one of the oldest cities in Romania. It is also the country’s biggest port.

With a rich history and a population of 280,000, it enjoys a subtropical climate on the Black Sea. More than 15 resorts are dotted along the Romanian coast, which boasts beautiful sandy beaches and other sights of interest.

With a rich history and a population of 280,000, it enjoys a subtropical climate on the Black Sea. More than 15 resorts are dotted along the Romanian coast, which boasts beautiful sandy beaches and other sights of interest.

People in Estonia can now fly to Constanţa from Tallinn, with direct flights operating until 29 September. At first the flights will depart on Saturdays, but from 27 June there will be an additional Wednesday flight. Travel time between the two cities is 2 hours and 30 minutes. Constanţa is 65 km from the Bulgarian border and 150 km from the famous golden sands of Varna, making it easy for travellers to visit two countries on the one trip. Black Sea resorts stretch from the north of Romania (the Danube delta) south to Bulgaria, covering 275 km of coastline in total.

Iuliia Tore