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Bulgaria’s Sofia Airport announces four new destinations and two new airlines

Sofia Airport on May 15 announced further details of its May and June 2022 schedule, including four new destinations and two new airlines that will operate from the Bulgarian capital’s airport.

The airport said in a press release that Wizz Air flies to Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates three times a week.

Ryanair started flights to Zadar in Croatia twice a week from May 1.

Air France is returning to Sofia airport and will begin seasonal flights to Paris, France on May 30. The route will be done daily.

ITA Airlines (Alitalia’s successor) arrives at the capital’s airport for the first time with regular flights to Rome Fiumicino airport. Flights will start from June 1 and will be six times a week.

From May 24, Pegasus Airlines will serve Antalya in Turkey twice a week.

Corendon Airlines and Sunexpress launched charter flights to Antalya on May 1, and Bulgarian airline ALK JSC started flights to Antalya on May 20.

Bulgarian companies BH Air, Corendon Airlines and ALK JSC will offer flights to the Turkish seaside resort of Bodrum.

From May 22, the national carrier Bulgaria Air will operate a weekly flight to Heraklion in Greece.

Seasonal flights to Corfu will be served twice weekly by Ryanair. Flights will begin on June 2. Wizz Air will also fly to Corfu once a week from June 19.

Ryanair and Wizz Air will also operate flights to Chania on the island of Crete. Ryanair will start on June 4 with three flights a week, and Wizz Air will add two more from June 15. The Hungarian airline will also fly twice a week to the Greek island of Mykonos from June 14.

BH Air will offer charter flights to Enfidha in Tunisia from May 10, and ALK JSC is adding two more flights to Enfidha from May 18.

European Air Charter and ALK JSC charter will operate flights to the Tunisian island of Djerba.

European Air Charter offers flights to the city of Olbia in Sardinia.

In May and June, Bulgaria Air will operate two charter flights to Funchal in Portugal, and ALK JSC to Keflavik in Iceland.

Bulgarian towns on the Black Sea coast are also part of the capital’s summer offerings, Sofia Airport said.

Ryanair launched seasonal flights to Varna on May 1 and will operate twice weekly.

From June 17, Bulgaria Air will fly daily to Burgas, in addition to its daily flights to Varna, Sofia Airport said.

(Photo of Iceland: Supplied)

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