Fraport Twin Star Airport Management
As of today, the winter flight timetable comes into effect at Varna Airport and Burgas Airport. The winter schedule is in line with the IATA winter season, which runs through to March 26th, 2022.
In winter 2021/2022 season, more than 1250 flights have been planned to 20 destinations in 12 countries - Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Germany, Israel, the Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Turkey and the United Kingdom. Two airlines will operate the connection between Vienna and Varna – Austrian Airlines and Wizz Air. Daily flights will be operated to Sofia and London, 5 times a week to Vienna (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday), 3 times a week to Tel Aviv (Monday, Thursday and Sunday), 3 weekly frequencies to Istanbul (Monday, Wednesday and Friday), 2 times to Moscow (Tuesday and Sunday), and from December, flights to Prague will be performed twice a week (Thursday and Sunday).
From the beginning of the year to the end of September, Varna Airport has processed over 819,000 passengers, which marks an increase of 57% compared to the previous year. Flights have been operated by 45 airlines covering 54 destinations. For the same period of time, among the top 5 destinations in terms of the largest number of incoming passengers are: Sofia, Vienna, London, Moscow and Berlin. The top 10 countries from which Varna Airport welcomes the highest number of passengers include: Germany, Bulgaria, Poland, the United Kingdom, Austria, Russia, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Turkey and Belgium. In 2021, 7 new airlines operated flights to Varna Airport: Lufthansa, Avion Express, Bees Airlines, Azimuth Airlines, MyWay Airlines, GullivAir and Aegean Airlines, adding an additional destination to its portfolio - Rostov, Russia.
The busiest day of the year was August 17, with 12,053 processed passengers.
The winter schedule of Burgas Airport includes over 200 planned flights for this period. The airport will serve regular connections to Sofia, London and Moscow. This year, for the first time, GullivAir airline has planned to operate a year-round connection between the capital and the city of Burgas. The flights will be operated three times a week – Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Weekly flights to Moscow will be operated every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, and those to London three times per week - Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday in November and Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday from December until the end of the winter season.
From the beginning of the year to the end of September, Burgas Airport has served over 905,000 passengers, which is an increase of 125% from the previous year. During the year, flights have been operated by 49 airlines flying to 58 destinations. For the same period of time, Poland, the Czech Republic, Germany, Russia, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Slovakia, Belgium and Austria are among the top 10 countries for incoming passengers to Burgas Airport. The five most popular destinations are: Prague, Warsaw, Katowice, Moscow and Kyiv. In 2021, Burgas Airport welcomed 6 new airlines - Bees Airlines, EasyJet Europe, Avion Express, Blue Air Aviation, GullivAir and EasyJet UK and included 4 new destinations in its portfolio: Eindhoven, the Netherlands, Lublin, Poland; Cluj, Romania and Liverpool, United Kingdom.
The busiest day of the year was August 20th with 16,840 passengers processed in one day.
Up-to-date information on the flight schedule to and from Varna Airport, as well as other valuable information for passengers can be found on the
Up-to-date information on the flight schedule to and from Burgas Airport, as well as other valuable information for passengers can be found on the