During last year a record number of passengers has passed through four international airports in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Three airports broke their own records in terms of passengers handled. Sarajevo for the first time in its 50 years history recorded 1.046.635 passengers going through its doors representing an increase of 9,2% over last year, followed by Tuzla with 584.589 passengers, an increase of 9,0% and Banja Luka with 36.180 passengers and record increase of 73,3% over last year. Mostar Airport is the only airport in the country reporting its number declining by 33,9%, the airport handled 28.463 passengers, compared to 43.118 last year. Bosnia and Herzegovina in expecting another great year in civil aviation due to new established FlyBosnia to begin flights from its base in Sarajevo, Ryanair expansion in Banja Luka and Wizz Air expansion in Tuzla with one more aircraft being added to its Tuzla base during this year for a total of three A320 based at Tuzla Airport.
Bosnia and Herzegovina recorded 1.695.842 passengers representing an increase of 8,8% over last year.
Source: Flying Bosnian and BHDCA