Low-cost carrier Wizz Air has temporarily suspended 28 routes from cities in the former Yugoslavia, with three more to join them over the next two weeks.
This means that a total of 31 lines from the former Yugoslavia have been affected and the frequency on many routes has been reduced, due to the situation and restrictions related to coronavirus, Biznis Info reports.
Three routes from Tuzla’s Wizz Airbase are currently suspended, and there will be another one next week.
Namely, flights to Friedrichshafen in Germany will be suspended from September 4 to October 26. Flights to Salzburg, Vienna and Billund are expected to resume on October 25th and 27th.
Twelve other routes continue to be served from Bosnia and Herzegovina’s third-largest city, although operations to Vaxjo have been reduced to one flight a week until the start of the 2020/2021 winter season in late October. Flights between Budapest and Sarajevo have been suspended until October 2nd.