BHANSA increased its Revenues by 11 million BAM in a Year

March 19, 2018 11:45 AM

Revenue of the Agency for the Provision of Air Navigation Services (BHANSA) was increased by more than 11 million BAM, which is by 26.69 % more than in the year of 2016, which represents a great confirmation for the successful business operation of this agency.

The total revenue for the year of 2017 amounted to 48,527,632 BAM according to the initial plan, but it was increased by 4,600,000 BAM through a rebalance, and 3 % of the average increase of turnover, i.e. revenues from terminal fees (100,000 BAM).

BHANSA is mostly funded by services achieved on the basis of the air navigation, i.e. routine fees. Revenues for the year of 2017 amounted to a total of 48,600,181 BAM.

According to the director of BHANSA, Davorin Primorac, it seems that the crucial thing for the increase of revenues was the introduction of the concept of free routes in the airspace of BiH,  together with Serbia, Montenegro and Croatia.

One of this year’s priorities of BHANSA is the education and training of a large number of flight controllers from BiH that is taking place in the Czech Republic. Primorac met with the director of the Czech agency for the control of air space ANS CR Janko Klaso at the recently held World ATM Congress in Madrid, and the main topic at their meeting was the successful completion of the first year of training of BH controllers.



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