Burgas Airport (BOJ) is the second largest international airport in Bulgaria. It is just 10 km northeast from the center of Burgas and serves the southern Black Sea coast. The airport is close to popular resorts such as Sunny Beach and Nessebar and provides connections by land and sea to various parts of Bulgaria and the world.
Burgas Airport offers flights to over 132 destinations in more than 37 countries.
In 2018 Burgas Airport served over 3.3 million passengers.
Since 2006 the operator of Burgas Airport is Fraport Twin Star Airport Management AD, concessionaire of the two coastal airports Varna and Burgas for a period of 35 years.
Today, all travellers depart and arrive at Terminal 2, which has a capacity of 2.7 million passengers. The new terminal has 31 check-in counters and covers an area of 20,000 sq.m.
The terminal has 8 gates, 12 immigration counters and a shopping/ food and drinks area of about 2000 sq.m.
The old Terminal 1 was built in the 1950s and expanded in the 1990s. It ceased to be used with the completion of Terminal 2 in December 2013.
By car: The drive from Burgas Airport to Burgas city center takes about 15 minutes.
Public transport: Bus №15 connects Burgas Airport with the city center. The bus stop is next to the airport entrance and provides a connection to Burgas Bus Station South connecting Burgas to various resort towns along the southern Black Sea coast.
Taxi services: Burgas Airport has a contract with Eco Taxi. Taxis are available at the airport around the clock, reservations can be made online or by phone.
Rent-a-car: Burgas Airport global partners are Hertz, Europcar, Sixt, Easyrent and Top. Company offices are located at Terminal 2, Arrivals, and passengers can book a car for rent in advance through the website of Burgas Airport or the respective company.
Burgas Airport operates direct flights to Moscow Domodedovo and London Luton all year round. Passengers can also buy plane tickets for charter flights with Aeroflot, BH Air, Bulgaria Air Charter, easyJet, Ryanair, Wizz Air and other airlines.
In case your flight has been delayed or canceled at Burgas Airport in the last 3 years, according to European Regulation 261/04, you may be entitled to compensation of up to € 600.
Compensation Eligibility Checklist
|Was your flight delayed by more than 3 hours at the final destination?|
|Was it possible for the airline to avoid the delay?|
|Did you depart from an EU airport or landed in the EU with an EU registered airline?|
Free wi-fi is available at Terminal 2. Passengers can also do some shopping or relax at the cafes.
There are 4 duty free shops at Terminal 2 offering a wide range of souvenirs, a great selection of wines, perfumes, alcohol, tobacco, toys, accessories and more.
Food and drinks
7 cafés and fast food restaurants are located at Terminal 2 and 3 of them have outdoor terraces offering an amazing view of the planes taking off or landing at the airport.
The parking lot at Terminal 2 charges hourly, daily and even long-term.
Burgas Airport also offers a special VIP service, including assistance with passenger and luggage registration, VIP area with free drinks and snacks, TV and internet access, etc.
Passengers can contact the Customer service centre by phone: +359 2 402 04 00 and by E-mail: [email protected]
More information in English is also available at Burgas Airport Travel and Information.
Enjoy your travels and contact us in case of any flight delay or cancellation.