Child room and Zone for Passengers with Reduced Mobility at Terminal 1 public area


In case you are travelling with young children, at Sofia Airport Terminal 1 you can take advantage of the specially equipped room to feed them, to change their clothes or diapers or to refresh them before the flight. The facility includes children’s bed, changing table and nursing chair. There is a sink with hot and cold water. The door to the room has a foiled glass.



Strong July for Sofia Airport


Sofia Airport reported an 8,3 % increase in passenger flow in July 2015 as compared to the same period last year. Out of 393 312 departed and arrived passengers, 67 % used Terminal 2 and the rest 33 % used Terminal 1.



Photography exhibition “I have a dream”

“I have a dream” exhibition is located in the atrium of Terminal 2 and shows 40 colour photos of refugee children housed in the accommodation centres for asylum seekers in Bulgaria. Those children’s faces and dreams are not different from others’, but most of them have suffered violence, loss of close people, destroyed homes. That’s why they dream of returning together with their parents to their places of birth, going to school and playing with their toys.


Sofia Airport ensures a high level of readiness for emergency response

Sofia Airport has a well trained emergency response team and the necessary tools and equipment for providing help in emergency situations.

The airport is prepared to provide assistance to all Bulgarian airports as well as to more distant ones such as Skopje, Belgrade and Bucharest.


Coloured floor markings help passengers find their way more easily at Sofia Airport

As of today, floor markings in different colours will make it easier for Sofia Airport passengers to find their way to the city transportation links. Those measures are part of the actions undertaken by Minister of Transport, Information Technology and Communications Ivaylo Moskovski for reducing the cases of passengers misled and deceived by dishonest taxi-drivers in the airport region.

The three paths are marked in different colours and have different graphical design. They will lead passengers to the separate means of transportation they desire to use.