Ryanair to launch Tuzla operations

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Low cost carrier Ryanair will launch operations to Tuzla this summer season, its second destination in Bosnia and Herzegovina after Banja Luka. The carrier will commence two weekly flights from Weeze and Baden Baden to Tuzla starting September 2 and 4 respectively. Ryanair will become the second low cost carrier to serve Tuzla after Wizz Air, which boasts a base in the city. It will compete directly against Wizz on the Baden Baden service, which the Hungarian budget carrier plans to restore on a two-weekly basis from June 14. Further flight details for the new Weeze service can be found here, while additional information for the Baden Baden service can be viewed here. The development comes just weeks after Wizz Air announced flights from Banja Luka which has been served by Ryanair up until now.

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  1. Anonymous13:06

    Nice :)

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  2. Anonymous13:10

    Finally :)

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  3. Anonymous13:16

    Congratulations OSI.

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  4. Anonymous13:17

    It's nice to see the fight of the two ULCCs. I would love to see their competition in ZAG. I expect Wizz is gonna open a couple of routes to/from ZAG.

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  5. Anonymous13:17

    Well hopefully TZL and SJJ can peacefully co exist

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  6. Anonymous13:31

    Wowza, Bosnia is on fire this year!!! Wizz a base in Sarajevo, Wizz in Banja Luka, and now Ryan in Tuzla. FlyBosnia restoring operations in Sarajevo, etc. Crazy! :D

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  7. I heard that Wizzair will leave Tuzla...

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    1. Anonymous14:52

      And will move to OSI...? ;-)

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    2. Could you also inform the people at Tuzla Airport? :D

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    3. Anonymous14:53

      Already moving to SJJ :)

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    4. Anonymous17:18

      Was that even a question after they announced SJJ? They use everyone as a cash cow and leave anyone in a blink of an eye. The word 'loyalty' is missing from Wizz Air's vocabulary.

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    5. Anonymous22:08

      ^ And right so .
      Wizz is no charity .

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  8. Anonymous15:17

    Mostar "OMO" reaction to this is: zzz, zzz, zzz.
    My God, Mostar airport is run by incompetent people. It should come as no surprise if it closes soon.
    Anyway, congrats to Tuzla, I am really happy for them,. Well done Ryan.

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    1. Anonymous16:44

      OMO has an unfortunate location. That area isn't that populated so there is limited demand. It's unfair to compare them to TZL and BNX.

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    2. I agreed that people who worked on OMO are incompetent. They all are hired by HDZ party and not because they know how to do their job. OMO need to be closed or they need to fire all that people and hire someone who want to work.

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  9. Anonymous19:49

    TZL je trebala ovo davno uradit,jer svaki aerodrom ima vise avio prevoznika...

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