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Due to strike actions today, airlines British Airways, cancel flight from London, Heathrow to Sofia Airport at 12:55 and from Sofia Airport to London, Heathrow at 13:45


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Due to bad weather conditions some flights may be delayed.


With a space adventure Sofia Airport Aviation School ended the school year

Is the time coming when we will be able to travel freely in space? Where could we go? Is Mars the planet we see as an orange star in the sky? These were some of the questions whose answers the children received in the last Aviation School class. Special guest lecturer was Tihomir Dimitrov, the founder of Space Academy. He told the students what knowledge they needed to become astronauts, to travel to the Moon and Mars, and to design their own missiles.


The first Bulgarian cosmonaut at Sofia Airport Aviation School

Georgi Ivanov, the first Bulgarian cosmonaut, was a guest at the March edition of the Aviation School on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of his flight. At the invitation of Sofia Airport, children from his native town of Lovech came to the event thus the volunteer initiative expanded beyond Sofia city limits.

The first Bulgarian cosmonaut described what it was like to be in space – what effort should you make to get there and what it is like to see the Earth from above as well as the challenges he and flight captain Nikolay Rukavishnikov faced in 1979.


"Aviation School" at Sofia Airport on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of BULATSA

Sofia Airport dedicated the February edition of the "Aviation School" initiative to the 50th anniversary of the state-owned enterprise "Bulgarian Air Traffic Services Authority"(BULATSA). The event was opened by Asya Ivanova, Chair of the Board of Directors at Sofia Airport, Vladimir Rapondjiev, Executive Director and Ivan Dyaksov, Deputy Director General of BULATSA.