Thursday, August 3, 2017

Macedonia and Bosnia plan to set up flights

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Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina are seeking to establish flights between Skopje and Sarajevo. Macedonia's Economy Minister, Kreshnik Bekteshi, met with Bosnia's Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations, Mirko Šarović, to discuss the matter in more detail. The two agreed that a nonstop service between the two countries would boost tourism and trade links. Furthermore, the two countries plan to ink a cooperation agreement in the field of tourism. Bosnia and Herzegovina's former flag carrier, B&H Airlines, maintained flights between Sarajevo and Skopje on an off-and-on basis for several years. At one point services operated via Podgorica.

12 comments:

  1. Well this could be the first intra-ex-YU route for Wizz Air.

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    1. +1

      I propose the following:

      Maribor-Sarajevo-Skoplje-Sarajevo-Maribor

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    2. OT: why is there a VLM plane sitting in LJU?

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  3. hahahahahaha...very funy

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  4. and who will fly this route?

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  5. What about Montenegro Airlines lauching podgorica skopje?

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