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Thursday, May 30, 2019

✈ UPDATE:Sarajevo Airport Summer 2019 flight schedule

Changes in Summer schedule 2019 (last update 5/31/2019)

-On May 15. 2019. FlyBosnia has received all necessary permits from Saudi CAA to start flights from Sarajevo to Riyadh. FlyBosnia will operate daily flights Sarajevo-Riyadh beginning June 3. Flights are scheduled to run whole summer season until October 28. Total of 106 round trip flights are scheduled, offering 29.256 seats in both directions.

-May 22, 2019, FlyBosnia added second destination in Saudi Arabia, Gassim Airport will be served once weekly from June 11 to August 27, offering 3.312 seats in both directions.

-May 27, 2019, FlyBosnia added third destination in Saudi Arabia, Jeddah Airport will be served once weekly from June 15 to August 31, offering a total of 24 flights in both directions with 3.312 seats on sale.

-FlyBosnia first scheduled destinations from Sarajevo is Kuwait City. Flights are scheduled to start on June 4th with three weekly flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

-Eurowings is adding new service from Berlin Tegel Airport to Sarajevo, from June 03.2019, this route will be served twice a week, increasing to three per week from June 30 to September 01 on board of Germanwings Airbus A319 aircraft. During summer timetable Eurowings will operate a total of 106 flights in both directions offering 15.264 seats.

-Flynas will introduce summer seasonal flights between Riyadh and Sarajevo. Flights will operate from June 2nd to August 30th, three times a week, on Wed,Fri and Sun, with Airbus 320 offering 164 seats (8 in business and 156 in economy class).

-May 30, 2019 flynas added two more weekly flights from Riyadh to Sarajevo,  for a total of five weekly flights in July and August.

-May 30, 2019, flynas added its second destination from Saudi Arabia to Sarajevo, Jeddah Airport will be served twice weekly from July 01 to August 30, offering a total of 36 flights in both directions with 5.904 seats on sale.

-Aegean Airlines will introduce summer seasonal two weekly flights from Athens t,o Sarajevo. Flights will operate from June 13 to September 14 with Dash 8-Q400 aircraft (operated by Olympic Air), offering 78 seats. Total of 56 flights are scheduled offering 4.368 seats in both directions.

-Norwegian Air is reducing its service from Oslo to Sarajevo. This summer season Norwegian Air will operate a total of 31 flights in each direction (62 flights in total) offering 11.718 seats. Last year Norwegian operated a total of 70 flights between two cities, offering 13.230 seats in both directions. At first airline decided to discontinue the route altogether but after a plea from Bosnian Embassy in Norway the airline decided to restart service as summer seasonal from May 25 to October 26.

-Norwegian is introducing new one weekly summer seasonal service from Gothenburg to Sarajevo, airline’s second destination in Sweden after Stockholm Arlanda which is served on year-round basis. Gothenburg-Sarajevo flights will run from June 21 to August 9. Total of 8 flights in each direction are scheduled offering 3.024 seats on board of Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

-Scandinavian Airlines is discontinuing its short-lived service from Copenhagen. Last year SAS operated a total of 28 flights between two cities, offering 4.384 seats in both directions.

-Swiss International Airlines is reducing its service from Zurich to Sarajevo from three weekly flights to two weekly. Last year Swiss operated a total of 186 flights between two cities. This year Swiss will operate a total of 118 flights offering 14.750 seats, compared to last years 23.250, a decrease of 36,5% or 8.500 seats less.

-Turkish Airlines is increasing its service from Istanbul New Airport to Sarajevo from 18 weekly flights to 3 daily (21 weekly flights). Last year during Summer flight schedule Turkish Airlines operated a total of 1.100 flights between Istanbul and Sarajevo, the airline offered 181.500 seats. This year Turkish Airlines will operate a total of 1.268 flights offering 202.920 seats. Upcoming summer season will see flight increase of 15,2% or 168 flights more. Number of available seats will see increase of 11,8% or 21.420 seats more
-Turkish Airlines will significantly increase charter flights from Sarajevo to Antalya. In Summer of 2019 the airline will offer up to eight weekly flights from Sarajevo to Antalya. Flights will operate daily from May 31 until September 21, twice daily on Thursdays. Total of 114 round trip flights are on offer with 37.620 available seats, representing an increase of 103% compared to the last year when the airline operated a total of 56 round trip flights, offering 18.480 seats in both directions.
-Air Arabia will increase its service from Sharjah in United Arab Emirates to Sarajevo from last year’s 210 flights to 286 flights this year, representing an increase of 36,1%. Number of available seats will increase from last years 34.020 seats to 46.332.

-Flydubai will decrees number of flights when compared to the same time of last year. Last year in Summer timetable Flydubai operated a total of 714 flights between Dubai and Sarajevo, offering 124.236 seats. In upcoming summer schedule Flydubai will operate a total of 664 flights, representing a decrease of 7,0%. Number of available seats decreased from last year’s 124.236 to this year’s 115.536

-Tunisair will introduce one weekly scheduled charter service from Monastir in Tunisia on board of its Boeing 737-600 with capacity to seat 126 passengers in all economy class configuration. Flights will operate on Mondays from June 10 to September 09. Total of 28 flights will be operated offering 3.528 seats in both directions
-Tunisair Express will connect one more destination in Tunisia, Tunis will be connected with Sarajevo with one weekly charter flight operated by Tunisair Express CRJ-900 from June 18 to September 10. Total of 10 round-trip flights are scheduled offering 880 seats in each direction (1.760 seats in total)

Source:Flying Bosnian

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