AnadoluJet adds three more EX-YU routes


Turkish Airlines’ lower cost unit AnadoluJet has outlined plans for the introduction of a further three routes to the former Yugoslavia. In addition to its planned flights from Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Sarajevo and Pristina, as well as from Antalya to Skopje, the airline will also introduce operations from Antalya to Sarajevo, as well as from Bodrum to Sarajevo and Pristina. Services between Antalya and Bosnia and Herzegovina’s capital will start on May 19 and initially run three times per week, before increasing to daily from June 29. On the other hand, flights from Bodrum to Sarajevo will operate twice per week from June 7, while services to Pristina will run once per week starting June 19. More destinations are expected to be added in the coming period.
Route Launch date
Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen - Sarajevo 01.04.2021
Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen - Pristina 10.05.2021
Antalya - Sarajevo 19.05.2021
Antalya - Skopje 03.06.2021
Bodrum - Sarajevo 07.06.2021
Bodrum - Pristina 19.06.2021
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  1. Anonymous10:47

    SJJ is the ex-Yu stellar airport this year. More and more destinations are being launched every week!

    1. Anonymous09:49

      Yeah, well, they're under 500k pax in normal times.

  2. Anonymous10:59

    It would be great to see some scheduled flights to coast of Turkey and Greece from Belgrade, that you can choose time of flight, number of days and of course the price

  3. Anonymous11:04

    SJJ seems to be on fire for the upcoming summer season!


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