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Burgas Airport is open to travelers only!

In order to ensure a minimum of people at the airport, well-wishers and greeters will not be allowed to enter the terminal.


All persons located indoors or outdoors, are advised to wear a face mask.

For all issues related to canceled flights, passengers may be informed by contacting the airline concerned.

Orders came into operation

According to Order № RD-01-274/21.05.2020 of the Minister of Health of the Republic of Bulgaria, the entry into the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria is allowed for the citizens of Member States of the European Union (EU) and countries of the Schengen Agreement (Republic of San Marino, the Principality of Andorra, the Principality of Monaco and the Vatican City State), family members of Bulgarian citizens, as well as persons who are in de facto cohabitation with a Bulgarian citizen, persons with permanent, long-term or long-term residence status in the Republic of Bulgaria and members of their families.

Appendix № 1 to Order RD-01-274/21.05.2020


Burgas Airport strictly complies with all recommendations and instructions received from the relevant Bulgarian and world health authorities and fully equipped and ready to  respond to an infectious disease outbreak. Since the beginning of the crisis, Burgas Airport has been in direct contact with the responsible health authorities, constantly monitoring the situation and has remained mobilized to respond 24/7.

Burgas Airport maintains continuous bilateral contact with the competent officials of the RHI Burgas , and chairs regular meetings with the relevant bodies: Airport Operations Managers, representatives of the Border Police, Customs, Fire Brigade and RHI, establishing a COVID-19 prevention Crisis Committee.

The joint efforts with the competent officials of the Regional Health Inspectorate of Burgas and the Burgas Airport Police Directorate includes registration of all arriving passengers in the border control system and additional collection of information through questionnaires filled out by arriving from risk destinations passengers.

In response to the same order, Terminal 2 Arrivals Hall, prior to the border checkpoint, is equipped with a thermal camera, monitored by specialized RHI teams in line with the flight schedule and the associated risk determined by the country of origin.

Additionally, there is ongoing communication with the airlines served by Burgas Airport for better control and awareness for both stakeholders. Personal protective equipment is provided for all airport services, as well as other necessary materials, devices, and COVID-19 crisis management tools.

Burgas Airport responsibly provides and disseminates information and recommendations to staff and passengers traveling through the airport. A number of measures have been taken to address the spread of COVID-19 incl. enhanced cleaning and disinfection regime, regular ventilation and cleaning of premises and vehicles, separation of passengers from arriving flights from high-risk destinations from all others and non-admittance of non-travelers in the airport terminals.


Prevention Activities

  • Do not travel if you think you are ill!
  • Maintain good personal hygiene!
  • Wash hand frequently and/or use hand sanitizer!
  • Avoid touching your face – eyes nose or mouth!
  • Avoid direct contact with animals & their environment!
  • Ensure that the food you consume is throughly cooked!
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick!
  • Stay home when you are sick!
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing or sneeze into inside of elbow, not hand!
  • Practice good health habits – Get plenty of sleep, be physically active, manage your stress, drink plenty of fluids, and eat nutritious food!




  • Fever.
  • Cough.
  • Sore throat.
  • Shortness of Breath / Difficulty breathing.



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Last update date: 05.06.2020 Last update time: 17:54