FlyJordan commences Mostar charters

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Jordanian carrier FlyJordan has launched a new one weekly charter service between Amman and Mostar with its Boeing 737-300 aircraft. The flights, which primarily cater for Christian pilgrims visiting the Medjugorje sight, will run until the end of the year. Mostar also boasts a one weekly charter service to the Lebanese capital of Beirut, which is operated by Croatia Airlines. Mostar becomes only the second city in the former Yugoslavia to be linked with Amman, with Montenegro Airlines maintaining charter flights from Podgorica to the Middle Eastern city this summer as well.




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  1. Bravo Mostar!

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  2. This route doesn't cater for Christian pilgrims visiting Medjugorje. This is regular tourist charter route (for tourists from both sides).

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    1. Aman zaman koji to turisti idu od Mostara do Ammana?

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    2. Evo ovi:
      https://www.facebook.com/gtour.medjugorje.9/posts/2071705669775086

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    3. REALLY AWESOME! Bih shows the world what the others cant! Big big bravo!

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  3. BRAVO MARINE !

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