Qatar Airways marked a milestone in its history with Bulgaria, celebrating 10 successful years since its first flight between Doha and Sofia Airport (SOF) on September 14, 2011.
A global increase in demand for green spaces, wellness and the opportunity to work from home is driving new interest in golf properties in the wake of the pandemic.
At the invitation of Plovdiv, Bulgaria, with the aim of enriching cultural activities and establishing European and international partnerships the cities-the finalists in the contest for European Capital of Culture 2019, Sofia (with 12 projects), Varna (with three projects) and Veliko Tarnovo (with two projects) will be part of the programme of the biggest European cultural project for Plovdiv 2019.
Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) estimated a record-breaking 2.5 million British holidaymakers were set to head overseas for summer holidays over the July 20 –22 weekend, which for the majority of schools in England and Wales marks the start of the summer break.
On April 27, Wizz Air launched flight operations from Vienna. Effective immediately, the destinations of Danzig, Tuzla and Varna can be reached from Vienna Airport by flying with the low-cost carrier.
Thomas Cook Airlines increased seats on sale from Bristol Airport to over 400,000 for this summer.
Troon International announced its latest partnership with Pravets Golf Club in Bulgaria.
In 2016, Lithuania saw record growth in inbound tourism with a 10.9 percent surge in arrivals, exceeding the European Union (EU) average 2.7 times and placing the country in seventh place among the most popular tourist destinations in the EU.
Wizz Air has unveiled expansion plans for this year with a sixth aircraft joining the Cluj-Napoca fleet in March which will enable four new routes to Stockholm, Bratislava, Larnaca and Malta.