There will be two flights per week, on Monday and Friday, and the cost of a one-way ticket starts at 39.99KM. The flight takes 45 minutes and represents a significant improvement over the six-hour journey needed when traveling by car between the two cities.
During a media appearance, Ambassador of BiH in Hungary, Aleksandar Dragičević, pointed out that the new airline will contribute to an increase in the number of tourists coming from Hungary and will improve business ties and trade between BiH and Hungary.
Wizz Air is currently the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe. Via Budapest, Sarajevo will now be connected to an additional 61 destinations in 29 countries.
Tickets for Sarajevo-bound flights may be purchased on the company’s official website, www.wizzair.com.