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Friday, May 29, 2020

✈Wizz Air to launch Tuzla-Salzburg flights

Wizz Air  opened reservations for its sixteenth route from Tuzla,  Salzburg Airport (SZG), will be served with two weekly flights on Thursdays and Sundays starting July 02. 2020. Flights will be operated with an Airbus 320 aircraft based at Tuzla International Airport. Flights are already on sale at

Wizz Air Tuzla-Salzburg-Tuzla flight schedule

Destination                  Days                               Starts             Fares from**
Salzburg – Belgrade    Wednesday, Sunday       1 July 2020      €24.99
Salzburg – Kyiv            Wednesday, Sunday       1 July 2020      €19.99
Salzburg – Skopje        Wednesday, Sunday       1 July 2020      €19.99
Salzburg – Bucharest   Thursday, Sunday           2 July 2020      €19.99
Salzburg – Tuzla           Thursday, Sunday           2 July 2020      €14.99
Salzburg – Larnaca       Tuesday, Saturday          4 July 2020      €19.99
Source: Flying Bosnian and Wizz Air

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

✈Dubai Air Wing Boeing 747 lands in Sarajevo!

Boeing 747-400 (reg. A6-COM) belonging to the government of Dubai has landed at Sarajevo International Airport today delivering valuable medical aid to Bosnia and Herzegovina including: 40 ventilators, 100.000 corona virus test kits, 25.000 ppe gowns, 150.000 pairs of medical gloves, 150.000 N95 masks, 150.000 disposable surgical masks, 150.000 disposable protective masks, 50.000 visors and 20.000 goggles.

Dubai Air Wing 747-400 at Sarajevo Airport, photos by KLIX

During corona virus pandemic Bosnia and Herzegovina has received medical aid from many countries. Medical aid was delivered via Sarajevo International Airport with large wide body aircraft (very unusual for Bosnian airports to see wide-body aircraft traffic).

Dubai Air Wing 747-400 landing at Sarajevo Airport (video by Amer V.)

During corona virus pandemic Sarajevo International Airport handled following wide body aircraft:

Dubai Air Wing
Boeing 747-400 (A6-COM)

Qatar Airways
Boeing 787-8

Air Asia
Airbus 330-300 

Silk Way Airlines

Turkish Air Force
Airbus A-400M

Austria Air Force
Lockheed C-130 Hercules

Source: Flying Bosnian

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

✈Sarajevo Airport to reopen on June 02. 2020!

Sarajevo International Airport is scheduled to reopen on June 02. 2020. First flight to land at the airport after two months of closure due to corona virus pandemic is Eurowings flight from Cologne. Regular and charter flights are schedule to resume slowly during June and July.
Schedule of flight resumption:
NOTE:airlines could change the scheduled resumption at any time, please check with your airline for accurate flight schedule!

Due to corona virus pandemic following airlines have cancelled Sarajevo service for this year:
  • Aegean Airlines – Athens (ATH) 2 weekly flights
  • FlyBosnia – London (LTN) 2 weekly flights
  • Flynas – Gassim (ELQ) 3 weekly flights
  • Flynas – Jeddah (JED) 5 weekly flights
  • Kuwait Airways – Kuwait City (KWI) 3 weekly flights (New service it was supposed to launch on June 9, 2020.)
  • Qatar Airways – Doha (DOH) 4 weekly flights cancelled until October 25, 2020.

Source: Flying Bosnian

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

✈Qatar Airways Boeing 787 lands in Sarajevo!

Qatar Airways Boeing 787 airplane carrying 10 tons of three million Euro worth aid from Qatar for Bosnian healthcare institutions landed at the Sarajevo International Airport on Tuesday (19.05.2020).

Bisera Turkovic, the Foreign Affairs Minister, said the help that arrived from Qatar will be distributed to the hospitals across Bosnia and Herzegovina through pandemic crisis headquarters.

She said Qatar was the only Arab country to send the assistance to Bosnia and Herzegovina despite the fact that this country is facing a more complex situation caused by the pandemic, the Foreign Affairs Ministry said.
“The State of Qatar is a true friend of Bosnia and Herzegovina,” said Turkovic, thanking the people and Emir of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, for the help during the difficult times their own country is facing during the coronavirus pandemic.

This is first ever visit of a Boeing 787 aircraft to any Bosnian airport.

Source: N1 (Photos and Video by

Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Thursday, May 7, 2020

✈ Qatar Airways suspends Sarajevo flights resumption until October

Qatar Airways on Wednesday (06MAY20) filed schedule and inventory changes for its entire network between 01JUN20 and 31AUG20. The following information is based on GDS inventory display based on research by route and date, between 0100GMT and 0700GMT 07MAY20.
As usual, further changes remain possible. In addition to all changes listed below, Qatar Airways will resume codeshare partnership with American Airlines starting 04JUN20, initially covering AA’s domestic US service via Chicago and Dallas/Ft. Worth. Planned codeshare routes will be covered in separate post.

Reservation for following routes not available 01JUN20 – 31AUG20:
Doha – Hanoi
Doha – Isfahan
Doha – Kigali (3 weekly nonstop terminator service originally scheduled from 02JUL20)
Doha – Kilimanjaro
Doha – Sulaymaniyah

Planned resumption from the week of 25OCT20 (Schedule removed for summer season):
Doha – Adana
Doha – Adelaide
Doha – Ankara
Doha – Atlanta
Doha – Auckland
Doha – Birmingham
Doha – Bucharest
Doha – Cardiff
Doha – Chengdu
Doha – Chongqing
Doha – Clark
Doha – Clark – Davao – Doha
Doha – Da Nang
Doha – Djibouti
Doha – Djibouti – Mogadishu
Doha – Faisalabad
Doha – Gothenburg
Doha – Hangzhou
Doha – Helsinki
Doha – Houston (reservation closed 01JUN20 – 24OCT20)
Doha – Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen
Doha – Izmir
Doha – Kyiv Borispil
Doha – London Gatwick
Doha – Malta
Doha – Marrakech – Rabat – Doha
Doha – Miami
Doha – Mombasa
Doha – Multan
Doha – Nice
Doha – Penang – Langkawi
Doha – Peshawar
Doha – Philadelphia
Doha – Pisa
Doha – St. Petersburg
Doha – Sarajevo
Doha – Skopje
Doha – Sofia
Doha – Thessaloniki
Doha – Tokyo Haneda
Doha – Venice
Doha – Yangon
Ho Chi Minh City – Phnom Penh (reservation closed for Phnom Penh 01JUN20 – 24OCT20)
Johannesburg – Gaborone
Sao Paulo Guarulhos – Buenos Aires Ezeiza
Sydney – Canberra

Following planned summer seasonal routes cancelled in 2020:
Doha – Antalya
Doha – Bodrum
Doha – Malaga
Doha – Mykonos

Following planned new or resumed routes cancelled, with no new launch date filed:
Doha – Almaty Previously planned 2 weekly A320 from 02JUL20 cancelled
Doha – Dubrovnik Previously reported, planned new seasonal 5 weekly A320 from 01JUL20 cancelled
Doha – Lyon Previously planned 4-5 weekly 787-8 from 25JUN20 (4 weekly 25JUN20 – 06JUL20) cancelled
Doha – Nur-Sultan Previously planned 2 weekly A320 from 30JUN20 canceled
Doha – Osaka Kansai Previously reported, planned 1 daily A350-900XWB cancelled
Doha – Thira Previously planned new seasonal 3 weekly A320 from 01JUL20 cancelled
Doha – Trabzon Previously reported, planned new seasonal 3 weekly A320 from 03JUN20 cancelled

Source: Routes Online