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Wednesday, June 24, 2020

✈ Wizz Air resumes all flights from Tuzla!

Wizz Air A320 landing at Tuzla International Airport
Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, has reopened its Tuzla base on 2 June 2020 with routes to some of the most popular destinations in Europe: Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg (Switzerland), Eindhoven (Netherlands), Billund (Denmark), Cologne, Dortmund, Friedrichshafen, Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden, Memmingen/Munich West, Frankfurt Hahn, Berlin Schoenefeld (Germany), Gothenburg Landvetter, Malmo, Stockholm Skavsta (Sweden), Vienna (Austria). Wizz Air is introducing new flights from Tuzla to Salzburg on 02.07.2020. with two weekly rotations, using Airbus 320 aircraft.

Wizz Air route map from Tuzla

To help passengers and crew travel safely and worry-free, Wizz Air has implemented additional hygiene measures to support physical distancing during boarding and enhanced cleanliness on board. As part of the measures to protect the health of customers and crew, customers should check-in and make any purchases online, such as paying for additional bags, to reduce non-essential interaction at the airport. In an attempt to contain the spread of possible infection, passengers are kindly asked to adhere to the new physical distancing rules both during boarding and disembarkation.

Tuzla Airport (new terminal building)

While the HEPA filters of all Wizz Air aircraft filter out 99.7% of viruses and bacteria from the air within the cabin, the crew as well as passengers are required to wear masks throughout the flight. Cabin crew distribute sanitizing wipes to each passenger, while the removal of onboard magazines and the encouragement of contactless payment during onboard purchases are measures introduced to minimize physical contact. On flights where load factor allows, the crew observes seat distancing for passengers.

Tuzla Airport (terminal inside)

Wizz Air continues its stringent daily cleaning schedule, with the entire aircraft being disinfected overnight, following official guidelines. All new safety procedures are introduced in the following video:

Source: Wizz Air and Flying Bosnian

✈Sarajevo Airport flight resumption schedule

The airlines are slowly resuming Sarajevo operations, with 2-3 flights per week, gradually increasing to pre corona services during July and August.

 Sarajevo International Airport flights resumption schedule :

15.06.2020. Austrian Airlines (Vienna)
15.06.2020. Croatia Airlines (Zagreb)
16.06.2020. Eurowings (Cologne)
18.06.2020. Pegasus Airlines (Istanbul-SAW)
21.06.2020. Turkish Airlines (Istanbul-IST)
01.07.2020. Flydubai (Dubai)
01.07.2020. FlyBosnia (Antalya, Riyadh, Muscat)
01.07.2020. Air Arabia (Sharjah)
02.07.2020. FlyBosnia (Manama, Jeddah)
02.07.2020. Flynas (Riyadh)
03.07.2020. FlyBosnia (Kuwait City, Gassim)
06.07.2020. Lufthansa (Munich)
09.07.2020. FlyBosnia (Hail)
20.07.2020. Eurowings (Stuttgart)
03.08.2020. Eurowings (Berlin)

Source: Flying Bosnian

✈Bosnia and Herzegovina air traffic report for April and May

Bosnia and Herzegovina air traffic report for April and May 2020.






Source: Flying Bosnian and BHDCA

Sunday, June 7, 2020

✈Dubai Air Wing Boeing 747 lands in Sarajevo again!

Second visit of a Boeing 747 to Sarajevo International Airport
Dubai Air Wing 747-400 (reg. A6-HMM) flight from Dubai (DBX) to Sarajevo (SJJ) ON June 05. 2020. The aircraft delivered medical air for Montenegro using Sarajevo Airport as a landing point, since Podgorica airport doesn’t have unloading equipment to handle and service Boeing 747-400 aircraft

Photos by Jasmin L.


Source: Flying Bosnian

Monday, June 1, 2020

✈Tuzla International Airport reopening tomorrow!

Wizz Air is restarting its Tuzla Airport operations beginning tomorrow (June 02, 2020) . All 15 destinations from Tuzla will restart during next 10 days beginning tomorrow, while new Tuzla-Salzburg flights will start on July 02nd .

Wizz Air destination map from Tuzla
Notice for all passengers traveling from Tuzla Airport:

–Passengers are asked to arrive at the airport at least two hours and fifteen minutes before the scheduled departure time, to have enough time to perform all procedures (registration of passengers and luggage, customs and passport control)
– Passengers are asked to adhere to all preventive measures to prevent the spread of Corona virus

– Access to the terminal building of Tuzla International Airport is possible only for airport staff, crew members, passengers and persons accompanying passengers with reduced mobility who require assistance in registering passengers and luggage

– In order to prevent the spread of Corona virus, passengers are required to maintain a social distance (1.5 meters) and are asked to respect the markings on the floor. It is recommended to wash your hands often for at least 20 seconds with soap and water or use disinfectants. Mandatory wearing of a face mask that needs to be changed every 4 hours during your stay in the terminal building, as well as proper disposal of used masks in non-contact bins available at the airport. .

– Passengers are asked to cover their mouth and nose with a handkerchief or to cover their face with a bent elbow when sneezing or coughing, regardless of wearing masks

– Contact with surfaces and people should be kept to a minimum (electronic check-in, non-contact boarding)

– Use card payment services.

– All passengers will be subjected to a body temperature check before entering the terminal building

– Passengers are asked to leave the airport building immediately when picking up their luggage


Source: Tuzla Airport