Poland: Green light from the Tusk government for the 34-million-traveler-per-year airport-giant

The Polish government has decided to continue the construction of a large new airport in the center of the country, which will be ready by 2032 and will be able to accommodate 34 million travelers annually, Prime Minister Donald Tusk announced on Wednesday.

New Low-Cost Airline Flies to Sofia!

Lufthansa City Airlines, a new low-cost airline, will make its first flight on June 26, focusing on connecting flights for its parent company from hubs in Frankfurt and Munich. According to Euronews, Bulgaria is among its destinations. The airline will start flights this month to Berlin, Bremen, Cologne Bonn, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, and Hanover.

Boundless Skies: Bulgarian Airports will Embrace the Schengen Integration with Inaugural Flights on March 31

As the clock strikes 00:20 on March 31, a significant milestone unfolds at Sofia Airport, marking Bulgaria's entry into the Schengen area by air. The inaugural Schengen flight from Naples, operated by a low-cost airline, will touch down on Sunday, symbolizing a new era of borderless travel for the nation.

Wizz Air Resumes Its Flights On The Route Sofia - Tel Aviv

Wizz Air, the fastest growing airline in Europe and the most environmentally sustainable in the world*, today announced that it is resuming its flights on the route Sofia - Tel Aviv from 1 March 2024. Flights from 5 other routes to the Israeli city will also be restored destinations from the Wizz Air network: Budapest, Bucharest, London, Krakow and Rome.

The most popular holiday destinations for Greeks this fall

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.

Arda’s Transfer to Real Madrid Leaves Turkish Fans Bitter-Sweet

Arda Guler, a young Turkish football star, was welcomed by press, fans and team administrators in Madrid on Friday after Spain's Real Madrid and Turkey's Fenerbahce football clubs finally agreed on the highest transfer fee - 30 million euros - ever paid for a Turkish player on Thursday.

"Many clubs wanted me, but when Real Madrid want you, it's over," Arda said in Madrid on Friday.