FlyBosnia to lease former United jet


FlyBosnia is set to re-establish operations with the carrier to take delivery of an Airbus A320 aircraft, formerly operated by United Airlines. The jet, registered N419UA, is 26 years old and has been stored since last month. It is due to be delivered to Sarajevo during the first quarter of 2021, in order for the airline to resume flights. The Bosnian carrier retired its sole aircraft in August.


  1. Jatovac14:21

    FlyBosnia is becoming really funny. First they had 2 planes and they were losing money from the beginning, then they retired one plane, then they retired the second one (still loosing money) and then they wet-leased the plane and made charters (tour operators selling tickets) so they were a ghost airline (this could work without them also, the company could sell seats to tour operators directly). In the end they did not exist in the sky in any sort of existing, they finished the wet-lease. They obviously do not know what are they doing.

  2. Anonymous17:34

    26 year old A320? Are they planning freighter conversion?

  3. Anonymous11:12

    Lakse mi se odraziti na bosanskom jeziku, koga oni ovdje prae budalama ? Pa juce im je aerodrom u Sarajevu otkazao ugovor zbog dugovanja od preko milion maraka. Znas koliki ce im depozit biti kad bi opet htjeli da lete ??? Nije vise aerodrom u opstini koju vodi SDA. Nema sanse.Prazna prica !!!

    1. Anonymous20:42

      Maybe they will operate from OMO


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