14.01.2021. / 13:04
BANJA LUKA, SARAJEVO – With the arrival of spring from the airport in BiH, some of the planes whose flights were stopped by a complex epidemiological situation caused by the corona virus should soar into the sky.
Sanela Kasalović, spokesperson for “Republika Srpska Airport”, notes that currently, during the current month, the company “Air Serbia” operates from this airport on Mondays Belgrade – Banja Luka – Belgrade.
As he adds, “Air Serbia” plans to introduce the mentioned flights twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays, since February, with the companies certainly reserving the right to change the flight schedule.
“Ryanair will inform us in a timely manner about the renewal of flights from our airport, and we certainly hope from the beginning of the summer flying season, ie the end of March this year. Travel will continue after the epidemiological situation in Europe improves. ”, Kasalović told “Nezavisne novine”.
Sanja Bagarić Arnaut, spokesperson for Sarajevo International Airport, points out that this airport is working intensively to increase the number of flights and return of airlines that were forced to suspend or reduce their flights due to the negative consequences caused by the coronavirus pandemic, significant drop in demand and entry restrictions. for Sarajevo.
He notes that due to the situation with the kovid-19 pandemic, the situation with flights is constantly changing, and the airlines themselves reserve the right to change the flight schedule.
“The return of airlines on a larger scale, as well as the introduction of new airlines and destinations is more certain than the summer flight schedule in 2021, so from April we expect the return of flights of certain carriers. The establishment and scope of flights will largely depend on the restrictions in force. “, said Bagarić Arnautova in a statement for “Nezavisne novine”.
She points out that the two leading world organizations in the field of health and air transport, WHO and IATA, assessed travel, ie staying on planes and airports as safe, and that they represent a relatively low health risk when it comes to the possibility of coronavirus infection.
“We believe that in the coming period there will be greater interest in travel and the citizens themselves.”, they say from Sarajevo airport, from where it is now possible to fly to five cities – Istanbul, Vienna, Belgrade, Dubai and Zagreb.
It is currently possible to travel from Tuzla airport to Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands and Switzerland, but the list could be richer in a few months.
“Some of the canceled flights should be returned from March, but we do not yet have information which”, they told “Nezavisne novine” from Tuzla International Airport.
The recently published statistics also showed a steep decline, when it comes to air traffic in BiH.
“In the third quarter of 2020, the number of airport operations shows a decrease of 57.3 percent compared to the same quarter of the previous year. The number of transported passengers is lower by as much as 79.1 percent compared to the same quarter in 2019“, Stated the Agency for Statistics of BiH. Independent newspapers
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