Four international airports in Bosnia and Herzegovina have served a total of 464,407 passengers in the first four months of 2019, which is 6.64 percent more than between January and April of 2018.
An increase in the number of passengers has been recorded in each of the first four months, with 11.82 percent increase in April indicating an even better summer season.
The biggest airport in the country, Sarajevo International Airport, served a total of slightly over 264,000 passengers, compared to approximately 256,000 in the first four months of 2018.
After three consecutive months of declining passenger numbers due to Wizz Air converting four routes from year-round to summer seasonal, Tuzla International Airport has recorded a solid 6.91-percent passenger growth in April. However, declining numbers between January and March mean that Tuzla International Airport has so far served 13,700 passengers less than in the first quarter of 2018.
Introduction of Ryanair’s flights from Charleroi, Stockholm and Memmingen have resulted in Banja Luka International Airport serving 39,065 passengers between January-April 2019, which is 2,885 passengers more than in the entire 2018, or 702.15-percent increase compared to the first four months of 2018.
Mostar International Airport has served a total of 2,037 passengers since the beginning of the year, or 6.38 percent less than in the first quarter of 2018.