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.

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.

Contact:

SMDL „KANDILAROV“

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

GENIKA

+359 876 036577 – Terminal 2

Press releases

KENYA, CANARY ISLANDS AND ABU DHABI IN SOFIA AIRPORT WINTER SCHEDULE FROM 31 OCTOBER

Direct flights to more than 70 destinations

For the first time, travellers from Sofia Airport will be able to enjoy an exotic holiday in the tourist pearl of Kenya – Mombasa. Flights start on 29 January and will be operated by European Air Charter.

The same airline will fly to Aswan, Egypt and Zanzibar once a week from December to February, and to Cairo from 6 November. There will also be flights to the Egyptian capital with the airline BHAir. They start from 3 November.

Another tempting offer for winter holidays is the Canary Islands. Flights to the popular destination start on 3 November and will be operated once a week by Smartwings.

A new route for the winter season is the capital of the United Arab Emirates – Abu Dhabi, known for its diverse tourist offerings. Wizz air has said it will fly there twice a week from 18 January.

A highlight of the winter programme is Qatar Airways’ direct Doha-Sofia flights, which start from 16 December. Qatar’s Hamad Airport, recognised as this year’s best airport, expands the options available from Sofia to destinations such as the Maldives, Seychelles, Zanzibar, Singapore, South Africa and more.

The winter schedule also includes Azur Air, a new airline for the capital’s airport, which will start its flights on the Sofia – Kiev route from 26 December. They will operate twice a week – on Thursdays and Sundays.

Sofia Airport and Nordwind airline provide opportunities to travel to a new destination – Rostov-on-Don, the largest city in south-west Russia. There will be flights every Saturday from 15 January 2022.

Ryanair is reinstating some of its pre-pandemic flights, adding holiday offers for travellers from Sofia to Aqaba (Jordan), Paphos (Cyprus) and Treviso (Italy). A new route for the airline is Naples, while the destinations of Zagreb, Catania, Bari, Bologna and Budapest will continue to operate in winter.

The winter charter program also includes one of the favorite destinations for Bulgarians – Hurghada, Egypt. Several airlines have planned flights there. They start from 31 October and will continue until January inclusive.

There is interest in our country and winter resorts from the British. London and 6 other English cities will offer direct flights to Sofia airport this winter.

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