Public transport

Bulgarians with Children Blocked at the Frankfurt Airport

Bulgarians were blocked at the Frankfurt airport for more than 24 hours. According to them, the cause of the incident is the large queues on checkout counters, Dilyan Kalchev from NOVA TV reported.

"The group was made up of about 35 people, including people with small children and people who had surgery recently," said on of the affected people, Daniel Bratanov.

Public transport under spotlight

As part of the government's effort to revamp the capital's mass transport services, around 30 employees of the Athens Urban Transport Organization (OASA) who had been transferred to the offices of MPs and political parties will be put back behind the wheel, according to a decision by Deputy Transport Minister Yiannis Kefaloyiannis.

Plovdiv May Remain without Public Transport

The three companies that serve the 29 public buses in Plovdiv alerted that the city may remain without public transport.

Carriers said they have accumulated debts to fuel suppliers and are operating at a loss, so they demanded an increase in the municipal subsidy.

You can see more in Antoaneta Chakandrakova's report and the operator Anton Marchev.

The 10 Travel Public Transport Ticket Can Be now Used by more that One Passenger

Changes in last year's ordinance on billing in Sofia's public transport have sparked controversy between supervisors and passengers. On this occasion, our team contacted the Executive Director of the Center for Urban Mobility to clarify the rights and obligations of passengers when using multi-trip tickets.

Bus with Children Crashed in Northern Bulgaria, 10 People Injured

A passenger minibus had an accident at the junction for Apriltsi, on the road between the villages of Bulgarene and Malinovo, Lovech region.

According to preliminary information, the driver of Ford Transit, carrying a group of 8 children and their companion, did not respect the advantage and hit a car, the Interior Ministry said. All passengers are from Cherven Bryag.

Air passenger traffic growth slowed in May

Passenger traffic registered by Greek airports soared over the first five months of the year, according to Civil Aviation Authority figures.

From January to May 2019 the total number of passengers who used Greece's airports amounted to 17,061,502, up 5.6 percent or 904,230 passengers, compared to the same period last year.