Mostar Airport begins terminal overhaul

The overhaul of Mostar Airport's passenger terminal has begun with work expected to be completed by December. Valued at 250.000 euros, the reconstruction is being funded from the European Union's Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA). "The terminal building will have significantly greater capacity than before which will speed up passenger flow", Marko Djuzel, the head of Traffic and Security at Mostar Airport, said. Furthermore, funds are being invested in new equipment. The Federation government of Bosnia and Herzegovina recently approved fifteen million euros for the development of Mostar Airport between 2017 and 2019. Visuals of the expanded terminal can be observed on images above and below (click to enlarge).


  1. Anonymous17:43

    Do they need an expanded terminal? Who is flying there (in the real world :))?

    1. Anonymous19:05

      No they dont need it . In Mostar is good just in summer its hot and there's a lot of tourism. I dont know who is landing i think Mistal Air and Alba Star...

  2. Anonymous21:09

    Italians, Irishmen...and other pilgrims whocome to Medjugorje and some Turkish tourists

  3. Anonymous23:09

    Money laundering like everything else in bloody corrupt country. Only few charters are flying from there... Every improvement is welcome but there is nothing sincere there apart from sincere corruption...


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