Burgas Airport Debuts New Terminal

By Jesse Sokolow on 4 December 2013
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The control tower at Burgas Airport

The control tower at Burgas Airport

Burgas Airport in Bulgaria announced the opening of a new terminal.  The 226,042 square foot (21,000 square meter) terminal was designed using Bulgarian architectural elements.

The terminal has 31 check-in counters, three boarding card checkpoints, nine security lanes, and eight departure gates.  In addition, the arrivals area offers 12 immigration stations and four baggage carousels.

Passengers traveling through the new terminal have 8,611 square feet (800 square meters) of dedicated shopping space, as well as 13,131 square feet (1,220 square meters) of food and beverage options.

The terminal also has a 5,920 square foot (550 square meter) outdoor courtyard that passengers can access.

Operations at the terminal are scheduled to begin in the next few weeks.

(Photo: Christian Rasmussen)

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