There are plans to launch charter flights from the Kryvyi Rih airport to Burgas (Bulgaria) in summer this year. The airport’s Director Ihor Lashin announced this to the CFTS portal.
The flights are expected to be operated by the Bravo Airways. "There are plans to launch charter flights to Burgas," the director of the airport said. According to him, flights from Kryvyi Rih to Bulgaria were last performed in 2015 by the Urga airline.
The airport’s management is also negotiating with the Anda Air airline company on launching charter flights to Georgia and Montenegro. The carrier plans to operate flights on the Kryvyi Rih-Batumi and Kryvyi Rih-Tivat routes.
As reported earlier, Bravo Airways launched charter flights from Kryvyi Rih to Antalya in summer 2016. The flights were operated once a week, using a McDonnell Douglas MD-83 airplane. The airport was able to increase its passenger volume almost seven-fold thanks to its cooperation with Bravo Airways.