Transport in Moldova
In 1995, the main means of transportation in Moldova were railroads (1,138 km or 707 mi) and a highway system (12,730 km or 7,910 mi overall, including 10,973 km or 6,818 ...
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Aviation in Moldova
Aviation has been a part of Moldovan society since the early 20th century.
On June 1, 1922 the first aircraft (de Havilland DH.9) started on a 410 kilometres (250 mi) long line: Bucharest –...
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Rail transport in Moldova
CFM (Calea Ferată din Moldova, which means ″Moldovan Railway″ in Romanian) is the only railway operator in the Republic of Moldova, that is responsible for passenger and cargo transportation, as well ...
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Street names in Chişinău
Chișinău is the capital of the European country of Moldova. This page gives an overview of street names in the city that refer to famous persons, cities or historic events.A large number of streets ha...
European route E58
European route E 58 is a road part of the International E-road network. It begins in Vienna, Austria and ends in Rostov-na-Donu, Russia. It is approximately 2,200 km (1,400 mi) long.The...
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Civil Aviation Administration of Moldova
The Republic of Moldova Civil Aviation Authority (CAA; Romanian: Autoritatea Aeronautica Civila a Republicii Moldova, Russian: Орган Гражданской Авиации Республики Молдова) is the central spec...
Trolleybuses in Chișinău
The Chișinău trolleybus system forms an important part of the public transport network in Chișinău, the capital of the Republic of Moldova. The system was created shortly after the end of the World Wa...
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Rutieră
Rutiera (pl. Rutiere) are private, owner-operated minibuses in Moldova that are used in public transport. They operate along fixed routes.In cities the each rutieră route has a given number, like buse...
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List of airlines of Moldova
This is a list of airlines currently operating in Moldova.
List of airlines of Moldova - Wikipedia
List of airports in Moldova
This is a list of airports in Moldova, sorted by location.
Airports shown in bold have scheduled passenger service on commercial airlines.
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Gheorghe Ghimpu
Gheorghe Ghimpu (July 26, 1937, Coloniţa - November 13, 2000) was a Romanian politician and a political prisoner in the former Soviet Union and then Moldova.
Gheorghe Ghimpu was born on July 26, 1...
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Vehicle registration plates of Moldova
License plates in Moldova were introduced on November 30, 1992. They consist of seven characters: two letters for the region (except for Chişinău, which only has the letters C and K), two letters for ...
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Pan-European Corridor IX
The Corridor IX is one of the Pan-European corridors. It runs between Helsinki in Finland and Alexandroupolis in Greece. The corridor follows the route: Helsinki - Vyborg - Saint Petersburg - Moscow -...
Baku Initiative
The Baku Initiative is an international initiative of the European Union. It is a policy dialogue on energy and transport cooperation between the European Union and the littoral states of the Black Se...
Vehicle registration plates of Transnistria
The License Plates of Transnistria are composed of a letter, three numbers and two more letters. The plates are the same size and colour combination as Moldovan plates, having however the Transnistria...
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Moldovan Air Force
The Moldovan Air Force is the national air force of Moldova. It was formed following Moldova's independence from the Soviet Union in August 1991 and is part of the Military of Moldova.
In 1994 the...
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Doina and Ion Aldea Teodorovici
Doina Aldea Teodorovici (November 15, 1958, Chişinău – October 30, 1992, Coșereni) and Ion Aldea Teodorovici (April 7, 1954, Leova – October 30, 1992, Coșereni) were musicians from the Republic of Mol...
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Nadia Russo
Nadia (Nadejda) Russo-Bossie (17 June 1901 – 22 January 1988) was a pioneering Romanian aviator.
Born in Tver, Nadia Russo, from Chişinău, in 1936, was one of the first Romanian women to obt...
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