Drop of 99 Percent on all Four Airports in Bosnia and Herzegovina recorded


All four airports in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in Sarajevo, Mostar, Tuzla and Banja Luka, due to the coronavirus pandemic, recorded a drastic drop in the transport of both passengers and goods, Avaz news portal reports.

A total of 317 flights and 948 passengers were operated at these four airports, which is 99 percent less than in the same month in 2019.

For the sake of comparison, in April 2019, 1,802 flights were realized at these four airports and 159,870 passengers were transported.

Sarajevo International Airport had the most flights (259) and passengers (929). The airports in Mostar and Tuzla did not have a single flight, and not a single passenger was transported.

A total of 12,346 tons of mail and cargo were transported at the airport in Tuzla, while this type of transport was not available in Mostar either.

Apart from the Sarajevo airport, flights were also operated in Banja Luka, only 56, while only 19 passengers were transported

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