The first Flynas airplane from Saudi Arabia landed on Sunday on the International Airport (SIA), connecting Riyadh and Sarajevo.
The flights operate three times a week, every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, and passengers will be transported by using the most modern Airbus A320neo with 174 seats.
Due to high demand, the company plans to increase the number of flights from three to five flights per week as of July 1stthis year.
Apart from seasonal flights to Riyadh, Flynas plans to arrange flights twice a week to Jeddah in Saudi Arabia.
Flynas is one of the largest airline in Saudi Arabia, and flies to a number of destinations in Europe, Africa and Asia.