Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe have today announced another new route from Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA), with flights to commence next Summer to the Bulgarian Black Sea resort of Varna.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is delighted to announce the return of another holiday operator to the Airport with the news that Bulgarian specialist operator Balkan Holidays is to operate to the Black Sea resorts of Bulgaria with a weekly departure to Bourgas for Summer 2017.
Balkan Holidays last operated from Liverpool ten years ago and this latest addition to the growing list of airlines and operators to fly from Liverpool, gives the region’s holidaymakers even more choice of destinations to choose from, with the added convenience of flying from their local airport.
On sale now, flights depart on Fridays in July, August and September 2017 with holidays from Liverpool available with a low deposit of £49 per person, early booking discounts, free child places and a 20kg luggage allowance.
Bulgaria is a beautiful country, rich in culture and traditions with outstanding Black Sea resorts and holidays to Bulgaria have become more and more popular in the past few years, especially with British tourists. Prices in Bulgaria are lower than many other Summer sun spots, meaning great value for money holidays.
Some of the most popular resorts including Sunny Beach, Duni and Nessebar are all available from Liverpool in Summer 2017.
Mark Povall, Air Service Development Director at LJLA commented, ”Balkan Holidays last operated from Liverpool ten years ago and holidays to the Black Sea resorts have since grown in popularity. We expect flights to Bourgas to prove popular with the regions’ holidaymakers who now have access to great value for money holidays in Bulgaria, with the added convenience of flying from Liverpool.”
For more information or to book, visit BalkanHolidays.co.uk
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