Turkish “AtlasGlobal” has confirmed it is suspending flights from Istanbul to Sarajevo. The line that was launched in June was originally planned to be maintained throughout the year, but in November it was announced that the flights will only be performed during the summer season, reported the EX-YU aviation news portal.
However, this Turkish Airline has now decided to fully suspend flights to the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), which means that the flights will not be continued in 2018.
Ticket sales has been stopped and Sarajevo is removed from the list of destinations the company is flying to.
“AtlasGlobal” had great competition on the line between Istanbul and Sarajevo, since “Turkish Airlines” and “Pegasus Airlines” had flights in this relation.
Thus, Belgrade remained the only destination in the former Yugoslavia for “AtlasGlobal.” Company performs flights to the capital of Serbia throughout the year.