The expected Airbus will replace B&H’s Boeing on all of its services. The airline’s sole B737-400 will remain in the fleet until the end of the 2010 summer season, serving mostly on charter flights and flights to Turkey. With the arrival of a second A319, at the start of the 2010/2011 winter season, the airline will phase out the B737-400. According to current plans, a third Airbus will be introduced during the 2011 summer season. One of the Airbuses will be provided by Turkish Airlines while the other two will be owned by B&H itself, as the Bosnian Government had ordered the aircraft for Air Bosna several years ago. The order will now be taken over by Air Bosna’s successor B&H Airlines.
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
More delays for B&H
This B737-800 is currently flying for B&HThe arrival of B&H Airlines’ Airbus A319 has once again been delayed. Originally, the aircraft was expected to arrive on June 4 but was delayed until June 15. The aircraft has now, once again, been delayed and the arrival date of the aircraft is unknown. However, Turkish Airlines, the airline’s part owner, has sent a Boeing B737-800 for a short period of time, until the A319 arrives. The B737-800, in Turkish Airlines colours, has been deployed on charter flights while the B&H B737-400 continues to operate on regular services.