Wizz Air has decided to reduce the number of flights from Tuzla International Airport (MAT) in the summer flight schedule.
Unofficially, the reason is the lack of staff, which is a problem faced by many airlines, after the epidemiological measures that were in force at the height of the coronavirus pandemic were eased.
Namely, the airlines laid off workers during the travel ban, so now they have a problem to replace the jobs at a time when the volume of work has increased sharply.
But when it comes to low-cost companies and cheap flights from Bosnia and Herzegovina, the good news is that the Hungarian operator will soon have competition.
Namely, the company Ryanair is adding Tuzla as a new destination to its network of more than 225 airports, and for now, lines to Stockholm and Memmingen have been announced, Avaz writes.