Fraport Twin Star Airport Management AD is the German-Bulgarian company awarded the 35-year concession for Burgas (BOJ) and Varna (VAR) airports. In the joint company, Fraport holds a majority 60-percent share. Fraport Twin Star is responsible for operating, managing and developing the two airports – 24-hour gateways to the Black Sea: VAR serving the northeast and BOJ the southwest of Bulgaria.

Fraport Twin Star’s tasks include training and improving employee qualification and expertise, enhancing service quality and the overall passenger experience, upgrading airport equipment and introducing new technologies, as well as modernizing and expanding infrastructure.

Together, VAR and BOJ welcomed 5.5 million passengers last year and handled more than 38 000 flights, which were serviced by 103 airlines offering charter and scheduled services to some 173 destinations in Europe, Middle East and Northern Africa. More than 700 permanent employees and about 1,200 seasonal employees work at Fraport Twin Star in Varna and Burgas.


Photo Contest Summer Aviation Eye

Varna Airport announces a contest for the best photo taken from a specific location by August 31st. The location – north latitude: 43 ° 13'40.45 " and eastern longitude: 027 ° 48'13.66" – offers a great look at the planes that are landing and taking off. Send your works to:


Airport Carbon Accreditation

Varna and Burgas Airports have been successfully joined Airport Carbon Accreditation at Level 1 Mapping. The program has four levels and recognizes and accredits the efforts of airports to manage and reduce their carbon emissions. Airport Carbon Accreditation is the only institutionally-endorsed, carbon management certification standard for airports.


Award for Varna Airport

Varna Airport has been awarded for the contribution to the economy in Varna by the Open Society. It is an honor for us to receive this recognition by the citizens of Varna. The certificate was given to the Airport Director, Dimitar Kostadinov, during the official award ceremony in Varna.