Wizz Air announces new base in Sarajevo

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Wizz Air announced opening its 41st base in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, basing one Airbus A320 aircraft at Sarajevo airport starting May 2021, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Along with the establishment of the new base, Wizz Air announced nine new services to seven countries from Sarajevo starting from May. Seats on the new routes can already be booked on wizzair.com or on the airline’s mobile app.

Wizz Air’s history in Bosnia and Herzegovina dates back to May 2013 when the first departed from Tuzla to Malmö. The airline has carried almost 3 million passengers to and from Bosnia and Herzegovina in the past eight years. As part of Wizz’s expansion, the airline continues to increase its operations in Bosnia and Herzegovina by 50%. The Airbus A320 aircraft will support the operations of nine new routes to Brussels Charleroi, Copenhagen, Dortmund, Eindhoven, Gothenburg, London Luton, Memmingen, Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg (Euroairport), Paris Beauvais, totaling in more than 250,000 seats on sale from Sarajevo in 2021.

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