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

RECORD NUMBER OF AIRPORTS IN EUROPE SIGN UP TO THE ‘TOULOUSE DECLARATION’ AS COMMITMENT TO ZERO-EMISSION FUTURE

Sofia Airport is also part of the agreement to combat climate change

ACI EUROPE, Brussels, 4 February 2022: Today’s ‘Toulouse Declaration’ marks a new milestone towards the goal of zero net emissions in aviation by 2050, and airports across Europe have become the most prominent symbols of the initiative.

The Toulouse Declaration marks the first time that European governments, the European Commission, industry, trade unions and other key stakeholders have formally agreed on decarbonisation in aviation.  This is a crucial milestone that paves the way at EU level for the creation of an Aviation Decarbonisation Pact, but also globally, with ICAO* expected to set the global target for international aviation this year.

Airports have long been leaders in the fight against carbon emissions – in Europe, 200 are now certified under the Airport Carbon Accreditation Programme and globally the number is growing to around 400. In this way, achieving zero net carbon emissions for operations under airport control by 2050 continues to make tangible progress. European airports jointly made this public commitment in 2019 and have been following it ever since, with many announcing roadmaps to reach their 2030 target. Airports are also engaging their business partners and other stakeholders to decarbonise across the air transport system.

The signing of the declaration by ACI EUROPE, both as a stand-alone institution and as a partner in the aviation industry’s Destination 2050 roadmap, is now complemented by the individual commitment of more than 200 airports across the continent.

Protecting the environment is not just a matter of regulatory requirements, but also a public attitude towards carbon neutrality and care for nature. Our immediate goal this year is to achieve Level 3 of the ACI EUROPE Airport Carbon Accreditation Programme,” says Jesús Caballero, CEO of Sofia Airport.

Olivier Jankovec, Director General of ACI EUROPE said: “Each and every airport undersigning this Declaration is making a tangible difference to our future as an industry, as an economy and as a society. They continue to demonstrate ambition, vision and excellence in their sustainable actions. I admire and applaud each and every one of them.”

A full list of ACI EUROPE member signatories to the Toulouse Declaration can be found here

*International Civil Aviation Organization is a specialized agency of the United Nations.

**View the latest Airport Carbon Accreditation participation figures here.

ACI EUROPE is the European division of Airports Council International (ACI), the world’s only professional association of airport operators. ACI EUROPE represents over 500 airports in 55 countries. Members of the organisation facilitate over 90% of commercial air traffic in Europe. Air transport supports 13.5 million jobs, generating €886 billion in economic activity (4.4% of GDP).

 

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