Ryanair has announced its first flights from Bosnia and Herzegovina with two new routes from Banja Luka to Brussels Charleroi and Memmingen. Both routes will operate twice weekly from November, as part of the airline's winter 2018 schedule.
Ryanair’s sales and marketing manager for Central and Eastern Europe, Olga Pawlonka, commented, “Ryanair is pleased to announce our first flights to/from Bosnia and Herzegovina (our 37th country of operation), initially with two routes from Banja Luka to Brussels Charleroi and Memmingen commencing in November.”
Meanwhile, Banja Luka’s acting general manager, Duško Kovačević, asserted, “This is a big day for our airport, City of Banja Luka, the Republic of Srpska and Bosnia and Herzegovina. It will provide our citizens with the possibility to travel, through Brussels and Memmingen, to over 90 destinations in several European countries. Young people will have the chance to travel more, and our friends from Europe will find it easier to visit us and discover the beauties of Banja Luka and Banja Luka region, as well as the attractions of our unique rivers and mountains, and hospitability of our people.”
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