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Aviation authority: Bucharest’s Otopeni Airport should restrict traffic

Staff Writer |
Bucharest’s Otopeni Airport restricted traffic of several types of aircraft after receiving recommendations from the Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority.

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The document, which was sent on April 2, asks the airport to restrict traffic.

The list of restricted aircraft includes “Categoria A- Piper PA-31/Cessna 404 Titan; Category B: Regional Bombardier Jet CRJ-200/De HAavilland Canada DHC-6; Category C: Boeing 737 (-300 – 900), Airbus A320 (318 – 321), Embraer ERJ (170 – 195); Category D: Boeing 757, 767, Airbus A300, A310; Category E: Boeing 747 (SP, -100, -200, -300, -400), 777, 787, Airbus A330, A340, A350; Category F: Boeing 747-8, Airbus A380.

The Otopeni airport can accomodate aircraft in the categories A,B,C and D.

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