Wizz Air, Europe’s fastest-growing airline, announced the launch of Banja Luka operations starting June.

Banja Luka will become the third city in Bosnia and Herzegovina, served by Hungarian low-cost airline. According to Wizz’s press release, Banja Luka airport will get a direct link with Eindhoven (the Netherlands), Basel/Mulhouse (Switzerland/France), Malmo, and Stockholm-Skavsta (Sweden), and Dortmund (Germany).


The start of Banja Luka flights is planned for the beginning of June. Tickets are already on sale through Wizz’s website, and the starting price is set at 19,99 euros.

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