Tuzla remains Bosnia’s busiest airport

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Tuzla Airport was Bosnia and Herzegovina’s busiest for a second consecutive month, outperforming Sarajevo by a notable margin. Tuzla Airport welcomed 32.008 travellers in July, down 52.8% on the same month last year, while Sarajevo saw 13.345 passengers, a decrease of 92.6%. Apart from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, both airports were impacted by the ban on flights to Austria, which lasted through the second half of July. During the first seven months of the year, Tuzla Airport handled 141.855 passengers, while Sarajevo saw 156.885 travellers.

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  1. Anonymous14:12

    wow that is a massive decline at SJJ :(

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  2. Anonymous14:34

    Tuzla keeps on thriving!

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    1. Anonymous15:05

      muhahaaa check again in your dictionary what thriving means. probably down 52% means thriving . OK then

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  3. Anonymous16:17

    TZL will be the only case where a capital city is not the busiest as it is the case in 95% of the European airports. In other words, TZL is the ZRH of Swizterland or the JFK of America.

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    1. Anonymous17:02

      Neither Switzerland or Germany :D

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    2. Anonymous17:11

      another fail by the "thriving"- guy.

      Neither is JFK the biggest airport in America. LOL

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    3. Anonymous19:44

      Neither is New York the capital ;-)

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    4. Anonymous21:12

      Hahaha! Ovaj je dobro informisan!

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    5. Anonymous01:36

      After all, TZL has been working for this for a long time.

      https://www.exyuaviation.com/2020/02/tuzla-eyes-additional-wizz-air-flights.html
      https://www.exyuaviation.com/2020/01/record-year-for-tuzla-airport.html
      https://www.exyuaviation.com/2019/09/tuzla-airport-sees-august-growth.html

      It seems it will be BNX FR land and TZL W6 land. Lets see.

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  5. Anonymous21:50

    Tuzla zasluzuje treci bazni avion i jos novih letova...
    Dokaz da malo fali malim aerodromima do veklih rezultata...

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