Sofia Airport has issued warnings of canceled flights to and from Frankfurt and Munich due to a strike by Lufthansa's ground staff, causing significant disruptions to air travel.
Travelers are urged to immediately reach out to the airline and stay updated through the airport's website for information regarding alternative flight options.
A nationwide warning strike by security personnel on February 1 is poised to cause significant disruptions at major airports across Germany. The strike, driven by demands for higher wages and improved working conditions, is expected to impact key travel hubs, including Frankfurt, Hamburg, Bremen, Berlin, Hanover, Leipzig, Dresden, and Erfurt.
Greek travelers are turning to European destinations off the usual list but more affordable, as shown by the air booking data for the upcoming national holiday on October 28.
Aegean Airlines has increased its number of available seats by between 18% and 20% on the international and domestic networks.
Four PFC "Levski" fans died in a car accident on their way back to Gabrovo after last night's match against Eintracht, "BNT reported. One person survived the serious accident and was taken to hospital.
The accident happened in the area of the village of Bulgarene, and the road remained closed in both directions for several hours.
German police said at least 22 officers were injured and dozens of people were detained Saturday during unrest at an Eritrean cultural event in the western city of Giessen.
Police said bottles were thrown and smoke bombs were ignited as groups of Eritreans opposed to the African nation's autocratic ruler tried to force their way to the venue.