AnadoluJet to commence Sarajevo flights


Turkish Airlines’ leisure brand AnadoluJet will commence seasonal summer flights between Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen Airport and Sarajevo. The carrier will operate three weekly flights between the two cities, each Thursday, Friday and Sunday, starting April 1, with its Boeing 737-800 aircraft. It will compete directly against Pegasus Airlines on the route, which plans to run up to nine weekly flights between the two cities over the summer. Sarajevo Airport recently announced there would be several announcements in the coming period in terms of new carriers and routes. Flight details for the new Istanbul - Sarajevo flights can be found here.


  1. Anonymous13:38

    I wonder how this will affect Pegasus

    1. Anonymous15:26

      About 300,000 passengers come from Istanbul to Sarajevo, I don't think AnadoulJet could harm Pegasus if it wasn't for the corona, but since it's the corons, then there can be problems

    2. Saraybosna Turkler cok ask. Problem yok! :) :) :)

    3. Anonymous16:04

      Information are that THY is preparing to launch flights with Anadolu Jet to Skopje, Ohrid, Belgrade... to most of the cities in Balkan during summer season

    4. Anonymous17:46

      They can't launch Belgrade due to the bilateral.
      Didn't KK cut SJJ about a year before they went bust. Local traffic might not be that big and TK carries a lot of transfers to the Gulf.

  2. Anonymous17:37

    Awesome news! SJJ will seem to have a good year.


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