Archive | July, 2012

narednog vikenda putujte iz Sarajeva po veoma povoljnim cijenama:

narednog vikenda putujte iz Sarajeva po veoma povoljnim cijenama:

SARAJEVO – STUTGART, Germanwings već od 262,00 KM
SARAJEVO – KELN, Germanwings već od 302,00 KM
SARAJEVO – CIRIH, BH Airlines već od 359,00 KM

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putujte iz Sarajeva po veoma povoljnim cijenama:

u periodu od 02.07. – 06.07.2012. putujte iz Sarajeva po veoma povoljnim cijenama:

SARAJEVO – KELN, Germanwings već od 273,00 KM
SARAJEVO – FRANKFURT, Jat Airways već od 335,00 KM

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Predstavljena Karta aerodromskih prepreka

Predstavljena Karta aerodromskih prepreka

Danas je na Međunarodnom aerodromu Sarajevo predstavljena ažurirana Karta aerodromskih prepreka. Svečanosti su prisustvovali predstavnici menadžmenta Aerodroma Sarajevo, te kompanija Geodata, King IT i IGA-plan.

Međunarodni aerodrom Sarajevo je u cilju povećanja stepena sigurnosti pri različitim zračnim operacijama, polovinom protekle godine pokrenuo postupak izrade karte prepreka – tip A. Značaj izrade karte prepreka je prije svega osiguranje uvjeta za sigurno kretanje zrakoplova, kao i sprečavanje narušavanja sigurnosti zbog prepreka u okolini Aerodroma.

Projekat je obuhvatio i izradu baze podataka o preprekama koje se nalaze u opsegu ravni za polijetanje na Aerodromu Sarajevo. Uporedo sa realizacijom aktivnosti neophodnih za izradu karte prepreka, izvršeno je i geodetsko snimanje kompletnog područja Aerodroma unutar ograde, a izrađen je i 3D plan obuhvata aerodroma, odnosno baza podataka koja će poslužiti kao osnova budućeg geografskog informacionog sistema (GIS-a).

Proces realizacije projekta zahtijevao je detaljno istraživanje na terenu, te se odvijao uglavnom noću, radi omogućavanja neometanog odvijanja zračnog prometa.

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Uspostavljena čarter linija Kuwait – Sarajevo

Uspostavljena čarter linija Kuwait – Sarajevo

Danas je na sarajevski aerodrom sletio prvi promotivni čarter let iz Kuwaita. Zrakoplovom aviokompanije Gryphon prva je doputovala delegacija ambasade Kuwaita.

Čarter letovi na relaciji Kuwait – Sarajevo, obavljaće se dva puta sedmično, sa mogućnošću povećanja broja letova u toku ljetne sezone. Planirano je da se letovi obavljaju do 15. septembra ove godine. Tip zrakoplova koji će prevoziti putnike na ovoj relaciji je Boeing 767, kapaciteta 220 sjedišta.

Ovo je samo još jedan od dokaza da je BiH prepoznata kao atraktivna turistička destinacija. Ovakvi događaji doprinose turističkom razvoju grada, kantona ali i regije.

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avionske karte za bosnu

Sarajevo ISTANBUL – Turkish Airlines
Sarajevo ISTANBUL – Bh Airlines
Sarajevo MUNICH – – Lufthansa
Sarajevo ISTANBUL  – Turkish Airlines
Sarajevo LJUBLJANA – Adria
Sarajevo VIENNA – Austrian
Sarajevo ANTALYA – Condor
Sarajevo ZAGREB – Croatian Airlines
Sarajevo COPENHAGEN – Air Bosnia
Sarajevo COLOGNE – Germanwings
Sarajevo VIENNA – Austrian
Sarajevo BEOGRAD – JAT
Sarajevo ZAGREB – Croatian Airlines

avionske karte za bosnu

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Last chance for Banja Luka Airport

Banja Luka Airport has been given a final lifeline before it loses its international operating license. The airport was ordered to fulfil several technical requirements by June 20 including the lengthening of taxiways, purchase of new security equipment and the installation of a new security fence in order to keep its license. However, none of these requirements have been met. The airport has now been given another two months by international monitors to do so. If it fails to adhere to international standards it will lose its license, effectively forcing the airport to close.

Banja Luka Airport has said it does not have the money to finance the needed upgrades. The airport faced similar problems last year, while its employees have also staged several protests over unpaid wages. A total of 460.100 euros is allocated for the airport on an annual basis, while the entity government has been forced to inject additional funds in the past few years.

Banja Luka Airport is currently served only by B&H Airlines. In 2011 Adria Airways operated subsidised flights from Ljubljana to Banja Luka but cancelled the service once the subsidies dried up. The airport has announced that it plans to negotiate with Austrian Airlines later this summer for the carrier to restart flights from Vienna in 2013. Jat Airways was invited to launch flights from Belgrade and onwards to Vienna this summer season but the Serbian national carrier’s fleet is stretched to the limit with its existing network. Meanwhile, talks with Di Air to launch summer charters from Tivat have broken down with the airline showing little interest for the route.

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Kuwait – Sarajevo flights launched

Regular charter flights between Kuwait City and Sarajevo were launched during the week, making the Bosnian capital the only in the former Yugoslavia to have a direct air link to the Gulf city state. Flights will operate once per week although some months see additional services. The route will run until the end of summer. Flights are being operated by US registered Gryphon Airlines with a leased Boeing 767-200 jet from Jet Asia Airways. Tickets are available for purchase through the airline’s website.

Sarajevo Airport was once no stranger to flights to the Middle East. In the late 1980s JAT Yugoslav Airlines operated direct services from Sarajevo to Baghdad, Amman and Damascus. Belgrade was the last capital in the former Yugoslavia to have a direct air link to Kuwait, as Jat Airways operated the flights in 2004 and 2005, as a technical stop to Dubai with full commercial rights on the Kuwait – Dubai – Kuwait sector. Today, Kuwait City is not the only air link Sarajevo has to the Middle East. The Lebanese national carrier, Middle East Airlines, continues to maintain a one weekly charter service to the Bosnian capital from Beirut with its Airbus A321. The flights mostly cater for Christian pilgrims visiting the Medjugorje sight.

The new arrival should help boost passenger numbers at Sarajevo Airport. While numbers this year have contracted mostly due to B&H Airlines scaling down its operations, the decline has been softened by the numerous charter services operating to the city this summer, which include flights to Tunis, Antalya and Izmir.

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