Founded originally as Bulgarian Air Charter in 2000, European Air Charter has undergone significant transformations over its more than two-decade journey. Now headquartered in Sofia, Bulgaria, this airline stands as a testament to the evolution and growth of the aviation industry in the region. With a remarkable record of transporting over 3.5 million passengers since its inception and boasting a dedicated team of 330 employees, European Air Charter specializes in charter flights, serving 46 destinations mainly in Austria, the Czech Republic, Germany, Israel, and Poland.
European Air Charter, which began operations in December 2000, predominantly caters to several tour operators, linking Bulgaria to various European nations and beyond. Its focus cities include Burgas and Varna Airports, making it a vital connector in the region.
European Air Charter has consistently modernized its fleet to cater to evolving demands. As of May 2023, it boasts 10 Airbus A320-200 aircraft, with an additional one on order. The airline also takes pride in being one of the last European operators of the MD-82, with 7 of these aircraft in its current lineup. In its earlier days, the airline operated Tupolev Tu-154s, which have since been phased out and replaced by more modern aircraft.
- IATA: H6
- ICAO: BUC
Official site: euaircharter.com