Burgas Airport (BOJ) is the second busiest Bulgarian international airport. Located in the Sarafovo neighbourhood, just 10 km northeast from the center of Burgas, it serves the southern Black Sea coast.
Thousands of tourists land in Burgas each summer, on their way to reaching popular resorts like Sunny Beach and Nessebar. When passengers have a layover or an early flight, they can stay at one of the numerous hotels near the airport.
Like Varna airport, the airport in Burgas is managed by “Fraport Twin Star Airport Management”, under concession for a period of 35 years. The airport has a modern terminal with 8 gates, 31 check-in counters and a shopping and food & drinks area.
At Burgas airport travellers can find free Wi Fi, 4 duty free shops, various cafes, fast food restaurants, and snack bars. A parking lot is also at the passengers’ disposal and cars (or car rentals) can be left there for an extended period of time.
Burgas airport is just a 15-minutes drive away from the city centre. The transportation alternatives are bus No 15, a taxi, or renting a car.
Burgas Airport offers flights to over 70 destinations in more than 20 countries. In 2018 the airport served over 3.3 million passengers but after the COVID crisis the numbers fell to a little over 1 million travellers annually.
The majority of the flights are seasonal and charter ones, operated by Bulgaria Air Charter, easyJet, Ryanair, Wizz Air, etc. The only permanent flight is Wizz Air’s route to London Luton. The national carrier Bulgaria Air operates seasonal domestic flights to Sofia and Varna.
In case your flight has been delayed or cancelled at Burgas Airport in the last 3 years, according to European Regulation 261/04, you may be entitled to compensation of up to € 600 and we at SkyRefund can help you claim it.
Enjoy your travels and contact us in case of any flight delay or cancellation.