Burgas Airport is set to kick off its active flight season with the commencement of its first flight since the country's entry into the Schengen area by air
Burgas Airport is set to kick off its active flight season with the commencement of its first flight since the country's entry into the Schengen area by air

In a milestone moment for Bulgaria’s aviation industry, Burgas Airport is set to kick off its active flight season with the commencement of its first flight since the country’s entry into the Schengen area by air.

Scheduled for the end of March, this marks a significant step forward in the airport’s connectivity and accessibility.

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Under the management of Fraport Twin Star Airport Management, Burgas Airport is gearing up for a bustling summer season, poised to offer travellers a diverse array of travel opportunities.

From the scenic city of Krakow to the bustling hub of London Luton, the airport boasts a robust lineup of routes designed to cater to travellers’ preferences.

Enhanced connectivity takes centre stage this year with the introduction of flights from key European cities, including Vienna, Kaunas, Warsaw Modlin, Dublin, Budapest, Bratislava, Poznan, and Gdansk.

Low-cost carriers such as Wizz Air are set to operate flights to nine destinations across five countries, further expanding the airport’s reach and providing budget-conscious travellers with more options than ever before.

The excitement continues to build with Discover Airlines launching regular flights from Frankfurt to Burgas on April 28th, offering seamless connections to global destinations.

Meanwhile, easyJet renews its summer flight schedule from Manchester and various European capitals, providing travellers with convenient access to Burgas and its surrounding attractions.

Bulgaria Air and Eurowings are also making significant contributions to Burgas Airport’s summer schedule, with Bulgaria Air resuming regular flights from Sofia earlier than in previous years and Eurowings reintroducing flights from German cities while adding routes from Salzburg.

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Charter flights are set to commence in May, with tourists from across Europe expected to flock to Burgas. New entrants to the charter market, Fly Lili and TUI, are adding to the diversity of travel options available to passengers, further cementing Burgas Airport’s status as a key player in the region’s tourism industry.

The summer season at Burgas Airport brings forth a host of new markets and airlines, including direct flights from Madrid and Porto, as well as charter flights from Kosovo and Armenia.

With double-digit growth in tourists from the UK anticipated, the airport is witnessing increased capacity from British operators Jet2Holidays and Jet2.com, indicating the growing appeal of Bulgaria’s coastline to international travelers.

Air Baltic’s expansion into Burgas underscores the airport’s growing appeal in the Baltic region. It offers travellers from Riga and Tallinn seamless access to Bulgaria’s captivating coastline.

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With flights operating twice a week, passengers can embark on unforgettable journeys from the heart of the Baltics to the shores of Burgas, further solidifying the airport’s position as a key gateway to the region.

As Burgas Airport prepares to welcome travellers from near and far, the stage is set for a summer season filled with exploration, adventure, and seamless travel experiences.

With an expanded flight schedule and enhanced connectivity, the airport is primed to play a pivotal role in facilitating travel and tourism in Bulgaria and beyond.

 

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