Bulgarian railways: Revenue increased to 30% without price inflation

According to Bulgarian Railways, train delays have decreased during the previous month, and timetable performance has increased by almost 10% compared to September last year. Due to increased efficiency in the execution of repair activities and adherence to the maintenance plan, the shortage of locomotives has decreased from approximately 21 units per day to 8 units per day

Burgas: 70% passenger growth recorded at Burgas Airport compared to 2021

According to Georgi Chipilski, the airport's director, the charter season at Burgas Airport has come to an end with a flight to Antalya at the end of October. The airport has served 1 million, 560,000 passengers to date and is expected to reach over 1 million, 600,000 by the end of the year

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Vitosha Boulevard Ranks 51st Among Europe’s Most Expensive Shopping Streets

With rents soaring by 4% year-on-year, averaging 54 euros per square meter, Vitosha Boulevard continues to draw significant interest, primarily from the bustling restaurant and bar scene that has dominated its landscape for years
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Sofia’s “March for the Family” Set to Break Attendance Records in 2024

Kristian Shkvarek, chairman of the "Conservative Society" foundation and co-organizer of the event, emphasized the march's mission. "We believe that any attempts to take over this month, dedicated to children and the family, by leftist and liberal ideologies cannot and will not succeed in Bulgaria"

Bulgaria Air Launches New Direct Routes from Varna to Prague and Frankfurt

The inaugural flight from Varna to Prague commenced on June 23, marking the beginning of a new seasonal service. Scheduled to operate twice weekly, on Wednesdays and Sundays, this route caters to both Bulgarian residents and Czech tourists

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PM Roosevelt Skerrit asks developed nations to support SIDS against climate change

PM Roosevelt Skerrit stressed that developed nations must support the Small Island Nations in their struggle against Climate Change