Important announcements
To the attention of all passengers
Covid laboratories
To the attention of all passengers
2022-02-01 00:00

We would like to inform passengers and visitors of Sofia Airport that аs of 1 May 2022, parking prices will change at Sofia Airport’s two public car parks in Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Details can be found here.

Level B1 of the public car parking at Terminal 2 is temporarily closed. The remaining parking levels are at your disposal. While we apologize for any inconvenience caused, we kindly ask you to observe the parking organization in place.

Keeping a minimum distance of 1.5 meters is mandatory at Sofia Airport buildings. Wearing safety masks is recommended.

As of 1 May 2022 all COVID-19 related travel restrictions are lifted.

Information about travelling to different countries is published on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Bulgaria.

All scheduled flights arriving in the time range 8 pm–8 am will be served only at Terminal 2. This will facilitate faster processing of documents and the passing of passengers. There will be no change for flights landing on schedule before 8:00 at Terminal 1. They will not move to Terminal 2 to avoid the inconvenience of travelers and their meters and greeters. All business flights will be operated at Terminal 1.


Covid laboratories

For the convenience of travelers, COVID-19 testing laboratories have been set up in the public areas of Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 to issue the necessary travel health certificates.

The PCR test result is ready within 2 hours and the antigen test within 20 minutes. The services are available not only to arriving and departing passengers, but also to all citizens.



+359 884 884936 – Terminal 1
+359 882 607010 – Terminal 2


+359 876 036577 – Terminal 2


Passengers and their cabin baggage shall be inspected to prevent the introduction of prohibited articles into restricted areas and on board the aircraft, as well as for the amount of carried liquids, aerosols and gels (LAGs).


The term LAG includes the following articles:

  •  liquid beverages(including water) and liquid foods such as soups, lyutenitsa, honey, syrups, etc.
  •  creams, lotions, oils, perfumes, mascaras and other types of liquid and semi-liquid make-up;
  • various sprays or pressurized containers such as deodorants and shaving foam
  • pastes, including toothpaste
  • gels, shower gels, shampoos
  • liquid or semi-liquid detergents, including soaps
  • all other solutions and products of similar consistency


The categories of LAGs permitted to carry in cabin baggage are as follows:

  • LAGs in containers with a maximum capacity of 100 ml, fitting comfortably in transparent, re-sealable plastic bag of no more than one litre capacity when it is fully closed. The restriction is related to the container – it must be with a maximum capacity of 100 ml, irrespective of the amount of LAGs in it. Each passenger may carry only one plastic bag in cabin baggage.
  • LAGs in containers larger than 100 ml: medicines and dietary foods intended for intake during the trip due to health reasons or due to a special diet. You may be asked to document their necessity and origin;
  • Baby foods intended for intake during the trip;
  • LAGs (beverages, perfumes, etc.) purchased from the areas of the airports in which security measures are applied (shops located after the checkpoints), as well as those purchased on board the aircraft. Upon purchase, these products are packed and sealed in a tamper-evident bag (STEB). This condition also applies to all security checks that transferred passengers go through. Otherwise, the contents of the bag may not be allowed by the airport security authorities.

All other LAGs are not allowed to be carried in cabin baggage and can be placed in checked baggage.


During security check of passengers and hand luggage, security officers will require passengers:

  • to present separately for examination all liquids, aerosols and gels carried in hand luggage;
  • to remove laptops and other electronic devices from their hand luggage to be screened separately;
  • to take off their coats or jackets to be screened like hand luggage. (Coats and jackets include all types of outerwear, suit jackets as well);
  • to take out all items (keys, coins, mobile phones, etc.) from the pockets to be screened separately;
  • if necessary, the security officer may require passengers to remove their shoes or other items (accessories and clothes) that interfere with the security check