Jasmin Airways to launch Sarajevo flights

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Tunisian start-up airline Jasmin Airways will replace Tunisair on the planned new seasonal service between Monastir and Sarajevo, due to launch on June 10. As initially scheduled, flights will be maintained once per week, each Monday, until September 19. The airline will consider extending the service into the winter season, depending on demand.

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  1. Sarajevo has such an odd collection of airlines flying there.

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  2. It is a shame that a legacy airline like Tunisair is replaces by a start up with no real network to feed its flights.

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  3. Jel Jasmin ili Dzasmin Airlines ??? Pa ljudi moji na stranici nema nista, Fly Bosnia barem ima parkiran avion u Sarajevu i moze letiti za Tunis kad god. Ovo sto sam vidio o J(Dz)asmin Airlines je van svih mojih ocekivanja. Imaju promo film od Airbusa !?!

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    1. That's why it's called start up! You only need an idea! :)

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    2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3oQR1ZvO6k

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  4. Posto se Tunis nije prilicno dugo radio sa teritorije Bosne I Heregovine a imajuci u vidu da Tunis Air leti redovne letove iz Beograda, trebalo bi malo vise poraditi na marketingu ovogodisnje kampanje. Tunis je krasna destinacija koja se bori da dodje u isti rang sa Turskom i Egiptom onda to mora biti i adekvatno propraceno. Mislim da ce ove godine konkurencija biti jos zesca iz Sarajeva jer se jedna agencija navodno sprema otvoriti i Egipat (ne znam ko je u pitanju) Sto prije objaviti detalje o putovanju i prevozniku jer je vrijeme da se krene u promociju. Sretno !

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    1. Pffff....Sevenair je letio cartere proslog ljeta TUN-SJJ-TUN, TUX1600/TUX1601, veoma cudan 'schedule', ukupno 8 letova, tri u Julu i Augustu, i dva u Septembru, uvjek je letio CRJ9 TS-ISA osim poslednjeg leta koji je bio sa iznajmljenim MD87.

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