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Permanent airline Burgas – London

Submitted on Tuesday, 30 September 2008No Comment
Permanent airline Burgas – London

The low-cost aerocompany ‘Wizz Air’ is launching a permanent airline connecting Burgas with London.

The flights between the UK capital and the Bulgarian Black Sea city will be every Sunday – except for December and January when there will be two flights per week.

The news was announced yesterday by the Director of Burgas Airport Kalin Vasov. He said the new airline was a result of long-term efforts on part of his administration.

Most foreigners who travel through Burgas Airport over the summer season come from Germany, the UK, the Scandinavian states, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Israel.

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