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About FlyBosnia

FlyBosnia is a new airline airline

The airline will be based in Bosnia & Herzegovina, in Sarajevo Butmir International Airport. It was registered in 2017, and is expected to launch in late 2018 or early 2019. It was originally planned to launch in August 2018 but did not receive its AOC (Air Operator’s Certificate) in time.

 


 

FlyBosnia's Fleet

FlyBosnia currently operates one Airbus A319

The airline also plans to add three more Airbus A319 aircraft to its fleet by the end of 2019

 


 

Destinations

As the airline is new, destinations have yet to be confirmed. According to the head of FlyBosnia, the initial focus is to offer direct flights to European cities like London, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Paris, Moscow, Rome, etc., as well as seasonal or regular lines to destinations in the Middle East, namely Rijad.

 


 

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FlyBosnia Hub Airport

Sarajevo International Airport

Sarajevo International Airport, also known as Butmir airport, is Bosnia and Herzegovina’s main international airport. Located just outside the city of Sarajevo, this airport served 957 thousand passengers in 2017.

This airport also runs services for airlines such as Turkish Airlines, Lufthansa, Air Serbia(previously Jat Airways) and Qatar Airways.

 

 


 

 

News

March 5th, 2019

FlyBosnia signs deal for three A319s

The Sarajevo-based start-up FlyBosnia has signed a Letter of Intent for the acquisition of an additional three Airbus A319 aircraft, which will bring its fleet size to a total of four. The Saudi-backed carrier noted the jets will be gradually delivered "over the coming quarters". The company said, "These aircraft will enable FlyBosnia to progressively expand its destination network as it builds up to a planned eight-member fleet by 2023".