The winter timetable for flights to and from the airports of Fraport Twin Star Airport Management AD - Varna Airport and Bourgas Airport comes into force today. The schedule is in line with the IATA winter season, which runs through to March 31st, 2020.
During this period, direct flights from Varna will reach a total of 17 destinations, of which 5 are new: Liverpool, Berlin - Schoenefeld, Cologne, Hamburg and Paris Beauvais-Tille. Other destinations include Sofia, Vienna, Istanbul, Moscow-Domodedovo, London Luton, Dortmund, Munich-Memmingen, Eindhoven, Larnaca, Tel Aviv and Milan-Bergamo and Copenhagen. Compared to the destinations offered in winter 2018/2019 the airport reports a 60% growth of year-round routes.
There will be daily flights to Sofia and Vienna and to Istanbul five times a week (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday).
From the beginning of the year to the end of September, Varna Airport has served more than 1.8 million passengers, 11% of which have travelled on domestic flights. For the same time period, among the top 5 destinations from which Varna Airport welcomes the largest number of passengers are: Sofia, Moscow, London, Vienna and Tel Aviv. The busiest day of the year was July 30th, with 15,960 processed passengers. In 2019, Varna Airport has operated with 9 new airlines and served 5 new destinations - Liverpool, UK; Kaunas, Lithuania; Cairo and Hurghada, Egypt and Enfidha, Tunisia.
The winter schedule at Burgas Airport enters into force with 4 flights a week to Moscow (Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday) with S7 airline and 2 flights a week to London (Monday and Friday) served by Wizz Air.
From the beginning of the year to the end of September, Burgas Airport served more than 2.81 million passengers. For the same period of time, among the top 5 destinations from which Burgas Airport welcomes the largest number of passengers are: Moscow, Prague, London, Tel Aviv and Katowice. The busiest day of the year was August 2nd with a total of 35,649 handled passengers. In 2019, Burgas Airport operated with 10 new airlines and served 3 new destinations - Durham, UK; Kherson, Ukraine and Lamezia, Italy.
Since the beginning of 2019 until mid-October, Burgas Airport reports a 12% drop in passengers and Varna Airport reports a decline of 12%, a normal development provided the over 50% growth reached in the period 2015-2018 and the record all-time high traffic in 2018.
Up-to-date information on the flight schedule to and from Varna Airport can be found on the airport website at: varna-airport.bg.
Up-to-date information on the flight timetable to and from Burgas Airport can be found on the airport website at: burgas-airport.bg.