Sarajevo figures decline with recovery in sight


Sarajevo Airport handled 42.190 travellers during the first quarter of the year, representing a decrease of 69.6% compared to the same period in 2020. In March, it welcomed 18.115 passengers, down 35.9%. The airport is expected to see a strong rebound this summer season, with Wizz Air to station an aircraft in the city in late May and inaugurate nine new routes. Furthermore, Flybosnia will relaunch its operations, while several airlines have announced their service resumption to Bosnia and Herzegovina’s capital, including Flynas and Air Arabia. In addition, Lufthansa, Swiss and AnadoluJet will introduce new flights to Sarajevo, with the latter having already commenced its first of three new routes.
Month PAX Change (%)
JAN 13.239  77.3
FEB 10.836  79.1
MAR 18.115  35.9


  1. Anonymous14:12

    One would expect that the numbers would be similar to last year's March figures because the pandemic already started in early March 2020, but the decline continues

    1. Anonymous17:33

      That is nonsense. Name me one airport that had the figures from last year. Just compare the aircraft movement in March '20 with March '21.

      On a different note, whatever your prejudice towards the SJJ may be, pax figures from this year shows that the SJJ airport has generic pax figures.

      IMOO, the figures at the SJJ airport are more than promising.

  2. Anonymous20:39

    SJJ i ako ima neke duple letove dnevno,opet manji broj putnika biljezi...

    1. Anonymous00:19

      Sarajevo je 2019 u Martu imalo na dan preko 40 letova, a 2021 je imao 10 letova, velika razlika


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