Ryanair has started its first ever Bosnia and Herzegovina flights with the start of its new two times weekly Banja Luka service to/from Stockholm Skavsta Airport – the first of its three new Banja Luka winter 2018 routes commencing this week.
The station is the carrier’s 37th country and it will also fly to Brussels-Charleroi twice-weekly, and Memmingen twice-weekly from Banja Luka and expects to fly 100,000 passengers per annum.
Banja Luka International airport deputy general director, Duško Kovačević said: “I am happy to share my happiness with the citizens of Republika Srpska and Bosnia and Herzegovina for launching our first Ryanair flights from Banja Luka International Airport.
“This historic moment will make our communication with Europe and the world easier, and it will have a great impact on economic trends in our region and beyond.”
Ryanair has also started flights from Lviv – its second Ukrainian airport – with the start of its new three times weekly service to/from Krakow, the first of its five new Lviv winter 2018 routes commencing this week.
The carrier will also fly to Dusseldorf Weeze three times a week, Krakow three-weekly London Stansted three-weekly, Memmingen twice-weekly and Warsaw Modlin three-weekly and expects to fly 250,000 passengers per annum.