PHOTOS: Sarajevo Airport expansion advances


The construction of Sarajevo Airport’s new terminal building is entering its final phase, with work expected to be completed by the end of the year. The new building is spread out over four floors and 10.000 square metres. It will feature twelve check-in desks, five gates and one air bridge. It will be linked to the existing terminal to form a single functioning unit with the capacity to handle two million passengers per year. The airport has also signed a contract for a new Baggage Handling System. In the coming years, the airport plans to expand its apron, overhaul the runway, and relocate its existing oil depot. In addition to the new air bridge, the airport’s will also replace the two existing ones.

Photos compliments of Klix


  1. Anonymous13:51

    These is taking way too much time to finish. It has been under construction for 3 years!

  2. Anonymous14:35

    Well done SJJ! Small steps towards a big future. This summer the airport will definitely boom.

  3. Soooo pretty!!!

  4. Looks good, but only one air bridge.

  5. Anonymous17:37

    Sviđa mi se

  6. Anonymous16:59

    I just wonder who will clean all the mirrors on the ceiling above the entrance. Good luck with that

  7. Anonymous06:50

    I really like the design of the new terminal! And the view from the food-corner is great

  8. Anonymous15:42

    looks good, they should have expanded terminal bit more to 27 000sqm, current footprint is around 122x70m they could have gone 170x70m and have 4 air bridges, 5 million pax cappacity, that would solve long term growth and give less hustle in future when terminal would need to expand again. Good looking terminal.

  9. I like it, congratulations. Regards from Podgorica


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