New passenger terminal was opened at Burgas airport
The new passenger terminal of the Burgas airport was officially unveiled today.
The new passenger terminal of the Burgas airport was officially unveiled today by deputy transport minister Georgi Todorov.
The new facility has the capacity to service 2500 passengers per hour. It has an area of 20 000 square metres and 31 desks, which can service 1250 and as many departing passengers in peak hours.
The owner Fraport has invested 80 million leva in the planning and construction of the terminal and the infrastructure.
The building covers all Schengen area requirements and has modern systems for baggage handling and passenger management.
Meanwhile, the aviation subsidiary of Bulgaria's Chimimport, Bulgarian Airways Group, has bought a minority stake in one of the ground operators of Sofia Airport – Swissport.
Swissport has been working on Sofia Airport since 2007, but recently marked considerable loss and complained from the dumping prices of the competition.
The deal was published in the Official Journal of the EU but is yet to be approved by the anti-monopoly authorities of the Union.
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