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Nov 18, 2022 17:07 EEST
November 18 (SeeNews) - Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair will launch next year flights between Burgas on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast and Poznan in Poland, Kaunas in Lithuania, and Dublin in Ireland, Burgas airport operator Fraport Twin Star Airport Management said.
"Our expectations for 2023 are optimistic - for an even stronger year than 2022,” Fraport Twin Star said in a statement on Thursday.
Passenger numbers at Airport Burgas surged 74% on the year to 1.63 million in the ten months through October.
In June, Ryanair said it plans to increase to 34 the number of its flights to and from Bulgaria during the 2022-2023 winter season.
Fraport Twin Star, which also runs the Bulgarian coastal airport in Varna, is a 60/40 joint venture of Germany's Fraport and Bulgarian company BM Star.
In September, Fraport Twin Star’s concessions for the two airports were extended by five years to November 10, 2046. Under the amended contract, the company will also increase by 10 million euro to a total of 413 million euro ($398.4 million) the overall amount of investments it will need to make in the two airports over the concession period, the Bulgarian government said at the time.
($ = 0.9648 euro)
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