Banja Luka Airport has announced the launch of flights to Athens and Tunis next summer season, i.e. in 2023.
Additional details, including operating carriers, will be revealed soon.
– Our goal is to serve half a million passengers next year, while in 2022 there will be around 300,000 passengers. All our routes are well loaded, while flights to Tivat were the most popular this summer – the airport announced.
In addition to Ryanair and Wizz Air, which together serve thirteen destinations from the second largest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Air Serbia operates flights to Belgrade, while Air Montenegro and Air Cairo operate seasonal services to Tivat and Hurghada.
Freebird Airlines runs summer charters from Banja Luka to Antalya, reports Ex-Yu Aviation News.