SOUTHEND Airport is excited about its prospects for 2024, as it announces a new rote to Bulgaria.
The airport continues to expand its list of summer destinations, introducing new European routes to Geneva and Paris, as well as relaunching easyJet flights to Amsterdam, Malaga, Mallorca, and Faro.
The latest addition to the roster is the announcement of new flights to Bourgas, Bulgaria.
These flights, operated by Balkan Holidays, will be available for booking from June 17, 2024, with flights scheduled every Monday. The charter service will operate for 13 weeks until September 2, 2024.
Thanks to the popularity of routes to Paris and Amsterdam, Southend Airport is growing increasingly confident about a resurgence in city break destinations, moving away from the traditional summer sun-seeking holidays.
To further enhance its offerings and remain competitive, the airport has also unveiled plans to extend the existing terminal at the beginning of this month.
With these developments, Southend Airport’s management is optimistic that more exciting routes will be added in 2024, providing travellers with even more options for their summer getaways.
Announcing the new route, Southend Airport CEO John Upton said: “We are delighted to be working with our new tour operator partner Balkan Holidays, launching another new route from London’s quick and easy airport.
“People living in London, Essex and across the southeast of England can choose this destination for summer 2024 and travel to us, by train, within 43 minutes from London Stratford.
“This announcement is further assurance of our commitment to rebuilding London Southend Airport and a great example of our growth opportunity.
“We are confident that there is more to come for summer 2024.”
Picture: Southend Airport CEO John Upton.
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