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Voyage Air is a private airline based at Varna International Airport, in Bulgaria, providing international scheduled passenger flights to destinations across Europe.
Established in 2006, Voyage Air started out as a company dealing with the selling and maintenance of aircraft. Since then, it became the general distributor in the entire area of Bulgaria for one of the leading German aircraft producers, and later, created a state of the art online booking system for the sale of aircraft seats and hotel accommodation. In 2015, Voyage Air was issued an Aircraft Operation License (AOC) BG-53, allowing them to transport passengers and cargo.
Today, Voyage Air uses over a decade of aviation expertise to fly passengers from Bulgaria to other European countries, including Poland, Germany and Austria.
Voyage Air is set to begin at least 8 new services from Varna, to international destinations including: Austria, Germany, and Poland. The airline has previously struggled to take-off, so the introduction of these new routes promises an exciting future for the airline.
New Destinations, set to begin from September through to octubre 2020:
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Varna airport is the third largest airport in Bulgaria. Sitting on the Northern Black Sea coast, Varna airport serves a number of domestic flights, as well as connecting northeast Bulgaria to many major cities across the globe, including Sofia, Moscow, Cøpenhagen, and London. Due to many airlines operating on a seasonal service, the airport enjoys an especially busy period in the summer.
The airport currently operates flights from one terminal, Terminal 2. This terminal opened in 2013, it has modern systems for passenger check-in and baggage handling, and lots of space for arrivals and departures. An estimated 1.8 million passengers pass through the terminal every year.
Terminal 1 is currently not active for flights, having been closed several times since being built in 1972. The only purpose Terminal 1 currently serves lies in its recently renovated VIP room and business lounge, which passengers with the permitted access can still enjoy.