Sofia Airport

Until next summer, Terminal 1 Flights will be Closed at Sofia Airport

Gradual complete renovation of Terminal 2 of Sofia Airport is starting, and before the beginning of next summer, all flights will be operated by it. This was announced by Jesus Caballero, who is the executive director of SOF Connect, the concessionaire of Bulgaria's largest airport.

Changes: Sofia Airport will Serve All Incoming Evening Flights at Terminal 2

Change in the order of landing at Sofia Airport. From today, all planes arriving between 20.00 and 8.00 will be served at Terminal 2. The airport explains that this will facilitate the processing of documents and the passage of passengers will be faster.

Sofia Airport will serve all incoming evening flights at Terminal 2

Sofia Airport to be Modernized with an EIB Loan of 40 Million Euros

The European Investment Bank (EIB) and the special investment company Sof Connect AD have signed a loan agreement of EUR 40 million for the modernization of Sofia International Airport, BNR reported, referring to the bank. Funding is supported by the European Commission's Connecting Europe Facility (CEF).

Bulgarian Civil Aviation Suffers Huge Losses Owing to Coronavirus Pandemic

The pandemic has an extremely negative impact on civil aviation. Passenger flows have plummetd not only to and from Bulgaria, this is a global problem, especially strongly felt on a European scale. Such a catastrophic situation has probably not happened since World War II.

‘We’re coming home’: [Barely] Business as Usual at Sofia Airport

Deserted metro tunnels feel like the set of a B movie thriller: 'COVID-19: The Lockdown', perhaps.

Yet Sofia Airport is still running, more than most other airports in the Balkans. And it is not without controversy.

COVID-19: Arriving on time

Sign at Sofia Airport. Photo: Svetoslav Todorov

Chief Health State Inspector Dr.Angel Kunchev: The Coronavirus Spread into Bulgaria is Inevitable

There are cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) reported in almost all Balkan countries, making its spread into Bulgaria inevitable, Chief Health State Inspector Dr.Angel Kunchev said at a briefing on Thursday.