After a break of a few years, in 2019, the major tour operators are resuming charter flights to Tunisia, and are estimating that by the end of October almost 10,000 Romanians will visit Tunisia.
There will be three flights operating every week, departing from the Otopeni, Cluj-Napoca and Arad airports.
“We made this decision because Tunisia is a highly offerable, diverse and very accessible destination. And another noteworthy aspect is that it is safe. We estimate that by the beginning of October (when the last airplane headed to Tunisia will take off), we will have sent about 9,900 Romanian tourists on holiday in this country,” said Raluca Hatmanu, Marketing Director for one of the tour operators told Business Review.