FlyBosnia reduces European operations


FlyBosnia has temporarily reduced its operations on flights from Sarajevo to Rome and London Luton. The carrier has suspended services to the Italian capital until February 27, after which they are expected to resume twice per week. On the other hand, operations to London will run once per week, instead of two, until the week starting February 24 when they will operate twice, after which they will again be reduced to one weekly until the start of the 2020 summer season in late March. The one weekly service between Mostar and Rome is currently suspended and will resume on March 2.


  1. Anonymous10:43

    It will all be over soon.

  2. Anonymous10:46

    Terrible planning, terrible approach, terrible waste of time and money.

  3. Anonymous12:16

    bye money landering

  4. Anonymous14:02

    There is a very good YouTube video covering a flight between Sarajevo and London. There was literally nobody in the plane. No wonder why this route has been reduced to 1 weekly:

    1. Funny one, I think it was posted here a couple of FBS articles ago :)
      Anyway it allowed me to discover the guy's YT channel, a nice addition/alternative in between 2 Sam Chui's publications :)))

  5. Anonymous14:55

    Just putting the last load of money in the machine

  6. Anonymous22:28

    Are they done with money laundering? Just reading stuff about them is painful.

  7. Anonymous15:01

    Someone is trying to spread fake news here about money laundering scheme. I guess competition and haters are working hard to spread propaganda around. Do you have any facts to support your money laundering statements? Please write down your facts and provide any information you have to support your claim.

  8. Anonymous17:28

    There is enormous pressure for these guys now. If they survive until May, I think they may be around for some time. If not, SJJ and BiH will loose and will not be able to make up these numbers for foreseeable future. Remember, FlyBosnia is not competing directly with any airlines except Nesma Airlines. I am not sure why they need this. Let's hope their plans for summer will work. I wish them a bunch of high-paying tourists on their flights from ME, London and Rome.


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