Swiss to launch new EX-YU routes

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Swiss International Air Lines will introduce seasonal summer flights from Zurich to Sarajevo and Niš, as well as from Geneva to Split. After announcing limited operations to Sarajevo and Niš in April, the Swiss carrier will commence two weekly rotations to Bosnia and Herzegovina’s capital starting July 2, while operations to Serbia’s third largest city will commence on July 3. Flights between Geneva and Split will also begin on July 3. All services will run twice weekly until the last week of August. The airline will deploy its 145-seat Airbus A220-300 aircraft on the routes. Details for the new Sarajevo service can be found here, while further information for the Niš flights can be viewed here. Operations to Split are yet to be scheduled.

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  1. Anonymous10:57

    Bravo! Very happy for INI!

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  2. Anonymous11:08

    2021 seems to be one of the best years for Sarajevo Airport!

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    1. Anonymous11:13

      Absolutely agree! Finally starting to receive more and more European connections. And more and more primary destinations.

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    2. Anonymous11:26

      While it's nice Sarajevo is getting more flights, these will last just 2 and a half months.

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    3. Anonymous11:29

      not again the primary destination guy :D :D

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  3. Anonymous11:24

    Why Swiss keeps overlooking Skopje when there are plenty of flights between the two countries...

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    1. Anonymous11:27

      Edelweiss flies to SKP

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  4. Anonymous12:22

    Sarajevo is on fire this year! :)

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  5. Anonymous12:58

    Go INI go!
    Can’t wait for Wizz to operate fully again!

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    1. Anonymous14:35

      gonna need to wait a bit longer that im afraid

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    2. Anonymous14:46

      Hope flights will connect to North America both ways

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  6. Anonymous13:26

    Please Sarajevo-Warsaw route

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    1. Anonymous14:57

      Agreed! WAW-SJJ please!

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