Voyage Air changes plans for Bremen

Boeing 737-500 (Photo: Flughafen Erfurt GmbH / Alice Koch).
Boeing 737-500 (Photo: Flughafen Erfurt GmbH / Alice Koch).

Voyage Air changes plans for Bremen

Boeing 737-500 (Photo: Flughafen Erfurt GmbH / Alice Koch).
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The Bulgarian airline Voyage Air actually wanted to station a Boeing 2021-737 at Bremen Airport from August 500. The plan has now been dropped and they are now trying to fly from Bulgaria.

The carrier originally announced that it would set up a base in Bremen in May 2021. Due to the corona pandemic, this was initially postponed to the beginning of August 2021. Now the final cancellation for the year 2021 follows - at least as far as the basis is concerned. Voyage Air wanted to fly to Burgas, Varna and Gran Canaria seasonally. The aim was to connect the Hanseatic city with Sofia all year round.

According to a statement from Bremen Airport, the flights are to be carried out from Bulgaria. Specifically, this means that the plane will fly from Varna, Burgas or Sofia to the Hanseatic city and then head for the destination. The two Black Sea cities are to be served from August 6, 2021 and the Bulgarian capital will follow on August 8, 2021.

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