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About FlyBosnia

Founded and registered in 2017, FlyBosnia was an airline based in Bosnia & Herzegovina, at Sarajevo International Airport (SJJ). This national flag carrier of Bosnia and Herzegovina operated weekly medium-haul services to several destinations in Europe and within the Middle East, with a long-term plan to expand this network to more airports and countries. The airline's slogan was 'Fly to experience', and also aimed to become a fully sustainable airline.

The airline obtained its AOC license in January 2019 and flew its first-ever flight in June 2019 with a service between Sarajevo and Kuwait.

Although the airline focused on scheduled flights, it also offered charter flights as part of its partnerships with tour operators.

FlyBosnia ceased its operations in 2020.

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FlyBosnia Fleet

Airbus A319-100 1 2

FlyBosnia Destinations

Domestic Destinations

Sarajevo Sarajevo International Airport (SJJ)

International Destinations

Bahrain Manama Bahrain International Airport (BAH)
Italy Rome Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO)
Kuwait Kuwait City Kuwait International Airport (KWI)
Saudi Arabia Gassim Prince Nayef bin Abdulaziz International Airport (ELQ)
Saudi Arabia Jeddah King Abdul Aziz International Airport (JED)
Saudi Arabia Riyadh King Khalid International Airport (RUH)
Tunisia Monastir Monastir Habib Bourguiba International Airport (MIR)
United Kingdom London London Luton Airport (LTN)

FlyBosnia Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

Passengers were permitted one item of hand luggage each. This couldn't exceed 56 x 36 x 23cm in size, and 7kg in weight. This allowance was the same for all fares purchased.

In addition, passengers were allowed one small personal item onboard the flight with them. This included items such as a coat, blanket, reading material, children's food, a duty-free item or a pair of crutches.

Checked Baggage

The passenger's checked baggage allowance was dependent on the ticket fare purchased.

Passengers with a 'Light' ticket were not permitted any free checked luggage.

Passengers with an 'Opti' ticket were permitted up to 15kg of checked baggage.

Passengers on the 'Advantage' fare were allowed up to 25kg of checked luggage.

Max dimensions of any item of checked baggage were 149.9 x 119.4 x 171.5cm

FlyBosnia Check-In Information

Online Check-in

Passengers could check-in online via the airline's website or alternatively on the Flybosnia mobile app. This was only available for certain routes and would open 48 hours before the flight, ending 3 hours before.

Airport Check-in

If passengers were not able to check-in for their flight online, they could do so at the airport check-in counters. This would usually open 2 hours before the flight was due to depart and closed 40 minutes before.

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 over 1 million passengers in 2018.

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

Aerial photo of runway and terminal at Sarajevo International Airport

Photo credit: Eao-be

FlyBosnia Class Information

Economy Class

There was only economy class onboard FlyBosnia aircraft. This offered a basic flight, with great and friendly service from the cabin crew and also comfortable seats.

Passengers could personalise their flight experience by adding extras, such as the different fare types which offered increased baggage and ticket flexibility, or by selecting a seat to one with more legroom or an exit-row seat.

Premium Economy

There was no premium economy service available on FlyBosnia. You could purchase an Advantage fare and select a seat with extra legroom for a premium economy experience.

Business Class

There weren't any business class facilities for FlyBosnia flights.

First Class

There was no First Class cabin on this airline yet.

FlyBosnia In-Flight Entertainment

There were no in-flight entertainment services onboard FlyBosnia flights. Passengers could bring their own devices in their cabin luggage for entertainment onboard.

FlyBosnia Food

Food and drinks were not included in the price of your ticket. Snacks and confectionery could be purchased on board the flights, where there was enough time for trolley service.

FlyBosnia WiFi

FlyBosnia didn't provide any WiFi services onboard its flights.

FlyBosnia Frequent Flyer

There was no frequent flyer programme associated with FlyBosnia.

FlyBosnia Airline Alliance

FlyBosnia was not part of any airline alliance or codeshare agreements.

FlyBosnia Special Services

Passengers can request any special services when booking with us, by entering any requests into the text box on the passenger details page. We will do our best to pass on these requests to the airline directly. Alternatively, you should phone the airline directly to tell them of any additional services you may require, such as wheelchair assistance.

FlyBosnia News

5th March 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".