Flynas to launch Sarajevo service


Saudi Arabian low cost carrier Flynas will introduce seasonal flights between Riyadh and Sarajevo this summer season. The flights are soon expected to be put on sale and operate in cooperation with Shiddi Tourism, whose parent company, the Al Shiddi Group, is in the process of establishing start-up airline FlyBosnia. Flynas has a fleet of 33 Airbus A319 and A320 aircraft, including neo jets, as well as codeshare agreements with Etihad Airways, Pegasus Airlines and Jet Airways. Last year, services between Riyadh and Sarajevo were operated by the Saudi subsidiary of Egypt's Nesma Airlines.

Flynas is the third carrier to announce new flights to Sarajevo for the coming summer season, joining Aegean Airlines from Athens and Tunisair Express from Monastir.


  1. Anonymous15:56

    Ooof another one. When will SJJ get some flights that the locals actually need?

  2. Anonymous19:30

    what a joke, another route to arabia, stupid management no direct routes to Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, London, Brussels what a joke

    1. Anonymous21:42

      Ovakvi komentari su vic. Trziste odlucuju o tome sta je profitabilno i sta je ekonomiju jedne zemlje bitno.

    2. Anonymous22:26

      I hope thats sarcasm

  3. Kakvi su ovo vicevi s Riyadhom???
    Za Dammam treba

  4. Anonymous13:03


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