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Burgas Airport Code BOJ

Airport Codes

IATA CODE BOJ
ICAO CODE LBBG
FAA CODE N/A
WORLD AREA CODE 411
COUNTRY CODE BGR
ZIP CODE 8016
IATA METROPOLITAN CODE BOJ

Airport coordinates

LAT / LON 42°34'10"N / 27°30'54"E

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Weather Observations

Station ID: LBBG
Observation Time: 25/05/2021 7:08 am

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About Burgas Airport Code

Burgas Airport code is BOJ. This airport is located at a height of 41 meters above sea level. 

Burgas Airport ICAO Code

Burgas Airport ICAO code is LBBG. 

About Burgas Airport (BOJ)

Burgas Airport (BOJ) is an international airport in Bulgaria that primarily serves Burgas. This facility served more than 3 million passengers in 2018, which made it one of the busiest aviation hubs in the country. 

Burgas Airport (BOJ) Runway

Burgas Airport (BOJ) features a single world-class runway: 

04/22 3,200 m concrete 

This facility handles 4,079 aircraft movements annually. 

Burgas Airport (BOJ) Terminal

The existing terminal at Burgas Airport (BOJ) has 31 check-in counters, three boarding-card checkpoints, nine security lanes, and eight departure gates. 

Nearest Airports to Burgas Airport (BOJ)

Varna Airport 121 km 

Plovdiv Airport 282 km

Mihail Kogălniceanu International Airport 301 km

Istanbul Airport 314 km 

Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport 383 km 

Major Passenger Airlines Operating from Burgas Airport (BOJ)

Aer Lingus

Aeroflot

airBaltic

Animawings

Arkia

Belavia

BH Air

Blue Air

Bluebird Airways

Buzz

Corendon Dutch Airlines 

Enter Air

European Air Charter

Eurowings

Freebird Airlines 

GetJet Airlines 

Holiday Europe

Runway Data

Name Length Width Surface Lighted
04-22 10,499 ft 148 ft Concrete Yes

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