Posted on 30 December 2013.
Sarajevo Airport has recorded its busiest year since opening its doors in 1969. In early November the airport handled more passengers than during all of 2012. In the following year, the airport will see the arrival of new airlines and will continue to invest into its infrastructure. “In the first half of November we welcomed our 600.000th passenger of the year, which is of big significance for us since it is the greatest number of passengers we have ever handled in a single calendar year. All this is the result of the constant business efforts of the Management Board and all the employees at our company”, Ivica Veličan, the CEO of Sarajevo Airport, says. Over the past two weeks the airport has been experiencing problems with poor visibility with many flights cancelled. This has reignited the debate whether Sarajevo’s airport should be relocated.
During 2013 Sarajevo Airport welcomed several new airline including Pegasus Airlines, Kuwait Airways and Moskovia Airlines which is to launch flights to the Bosnian capital tomorrow. For the coming year, SAS Scandinavian Airlines has announced the launch of seasonal summer flights from Stockholm to Sarajevo. Negotiations are continuing with the low cost airline Wizz Air and Etihad Regional has also shown interest to launch flights to the Bosnian capital. Talks are also being held with Libyan based airlines for the resumption of the Sarajevo -Tripoli service, which was last operated by Buraq Air prior to the rebellion in the country. B&H Airlines recently announced plans to launch several new regional flights next year.
Despite the increase in passenger numbers, Sarajevo Airport has cancelled its expansion project until further notice. However, there have been some improvements inside the existing terminal building with the refurbishment of the business class lounge, expansion of the duty free area and the extension of the airport’s catering facilities. “The improvements we have made in recent times has reflected in our financial performance. We have seen an increase in revenue in almost all segments (passenger services, aircraft handling, trade, cargo and complementary services). The growth in revenue has been particularly visible in the area of increased passenger flow and airline operations”, Mr. Veličan concludes. As it currently stands, 2014 promises to be another busy year for Sarajevo Airport.
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Posted on 03 December 2013.
Promotivnim letom, koji je obavljen 1. decembra, srpski nacionalni avioprevoznik Air Serbia je zvanično pokrenuo letove između Beograda i Banja Luke.
Letovi se obavljaju avionom tipa ATR72 svakog dana sa polaskom u 14:00 iz Beograda i povratkom u 15:25 iz Banja Luke. Let traje oko 55 minuta, a cena povratne karte sa svim uračunatim taksama i servisom za izdavanje je od 79 evra.
Vreme letova je usklađeno sa postojećim redom letenja Air Serbije što putnicima omogućuje da, ukoliko ne ostaju u Beogradu, svoje putovanje nastave nakon kraćeg zadržavanja na Aerodromu Nikola Tesla ka ključnim destinacijama u Evropi: Parizu, Amsterdamu, Pragu, Rimu, Milanu, Kopenhagenu, Stokholmu, Štutgartu, Diseldorfu, Berlinu, Cirihu i Moskvi.
Takođe, putnicima se nude i odlične konekcije ka dalekim interkontinentalnim destinacijama u Aziji, Australiji, Severnoj i Južnoj Americi, koje su im na raspolaganju kroz mrežu letova kod-šer partnera Etihad Airwaysa.
Od avgusta 2013, kada je najavljeno ponovno pokretanje ove linije, interesovanje putnika je bilo zadovoljavajuće te gledajući trenutne rezervacija kompanija Air Serbia smatra da će linija biti ekonomski isplativa.
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