Sarajevo Airport figures plummet amid Covid-19


Sarajevo Airport has seen its passenger numbers decline 58.4% in March, as a result of the coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic. It welcomed 28.249 travellers through its doors during the month. The number of aircraft operations stood at 537, down 47.1%. Sarajevo Airport was open for commercial flights for the majority of last month, albeit with a significantly reduced traffic volume. It closed its doors on Monday, March 30. During the first quarter, Sarajevo Airport handled 138.615 passengers, down 20.6%. It has shed 35.893 travellers on the same period last year.

MonthPAXChange (%)
JAN58.397 9.2
FEB51.969 2.2
MAR28.249 58.4


  1. Anonymous13:52

    Only LJU was prepared for this scenario. They slashed 20 percent monthly before was meant to be cool.

  2. Anonymous15:04

    This was supposed to be SJJ's year. Such a shame.

    1. Anonymous18:06

      based on what?

    2. Anonymous19:33

      Do you have any information about what's going on at the moment??

    3. Anonymous20:03

      based on what was it supposed to be SJJ's year?

    4. Anonymous07:12

      Based on solid growth over the past few months. New airlines have arrived, flyBosnia was going to stabilize their operations after striking a deal with SJJ and so on.

    5. Anonymous09:23

      they had minus in february before everything started

  3. Anonymous19:01

    Sarajevo Airport worked 15 days more than others in BiH, so we can see the results of others ....


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