International Airport Tuzla completed last year very successfully, and it seems that it will continue the current 2017 in the same manner. In March from this airport will fly the new Airbus with 180 passenger seats to six European destinations, five new ones and flights to Stockholm will be returned, […]Read more ›
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Director of the Mostar Airport, Marin Raspudic, is not satisfied with the success from the last year, considering that in 2016 “much more could and should have been done.” The new year brings new and bigger challenges, with faith and hope that it will be more successful and better than […]Read more ›
Airports in the FBiH expect new airlines and 1.6 million passengers. Three airports in FBiH in 2016 will record an estimated 1.2 million passengers – a figure which they are hoping to exceed the next year with new investments, modernization and additional passenger lines. “Traffic Strategy FBiH by 2030,” predicts […]Read more ›
Director of the Sarajevo International Airport Armin Kajmakovic said that the number of passengers at the airport was already exceeded in November in comparison to the previous year. In the 10 months of this year was served about 750,000 passengers, which is by 8 % more than the same period […]Read more ›
The Federation government of Bosnia and Herzegovina has until today, Friday, February 27, to deposit just over 510.000 euros to the asset company HETA, from which B&H Airlines is financially leasing its fleet of two ATR 72 aircraft. The airline has outstanding debt of 8.1 million euros towards HETA. The […]Read more ›
Among the destinations that are included in BWA’s flight schedule is also Iraqi city Erbil. The first flight will be on January 28th from Stockholm, while the flight Erbil – Stockholm will be held a day later. Tickets for route Stockholm – Erbil can be purchased starting from 250 EUR, […]Read more ›