Swiss International launches flights from Bosnia’s capital Sarajevo to Zurich and Geneva

By bne IntelliNews April 7, 2015

Switzerland’s flag carries Swiss has launched flights from Bosnia’s capital Sarajevo to Zurich and Geneva, Sarajevo airport said in a statement on its website. The company will operate the Sarajevo- Zurich route three times a week, while the flights to Geneva will be once a week.

The combined air passenger traffic at Bosnia’s four international airports climbed 28% y/y to 59,265 people in January, according to data of the country’s directorate for civil aviation, BHDCA. The bulk of the passengers were accommodated at the Sarajevo airport, where 43,700 travellers boarded or landed, up 21% y/y.

Bosnia has four international airports - Sarajevo, Tuzla, Mostar and Banja Luca.

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