Airports across the former Yugoslavia are looking to enhance the connectivity with the neighboring countries and are initiating the launching of such flights, the EX-YU Aviation News
portal reports and adds that the Mostar Airport in B&H is planning an implementation of Zagreb and Belgrade services in 2018, after it establishes flights to Germany through its low-cost airline Eurowings.
– In addition to the success we've had in establishing Eurowings flights, we have also contacted other transporters as well. It is highly likely that Croatia Airlines will introduce flights from Zagreb next year, and we also hope to reach an agreement with Air Serbia in order to connect Mostar with Belgrade – said Mayor Ljubo Beslic.
The last flight between Zagreb and Mostar took place in the summer of 2006, whereas the route from Belgrade existed before the dissolution of Yugoslavia.