Hungarian low-cost airline carrier Wizz Air will temporarily discontinue 36 lines in the countries of the region during the winter season.
Eight lines from the Tuzla Airport will be discontinued, and Wizz Air has also removed its only line to Slovenia, Klix reports.
The last flight between Charelroi in Belgium and Ljubljana this year is scheduled for October 24, and the flights are expected to be re-established in March 2021.
Previously, Wizz Air removed four lines from the Tuzla Airport, and now it will remove another four, to Berlin, Cologne, Baden and Vaxjo. These flights should also be re-restablished in March 2021.
The four routes discontinued earlier were supposed to be reinstated in October, but it will certainly not happen this year, the Sarajevo-based portal writes.
The Hungarian company has also temporarily suspended the flight from Sarajevo to Budapest, but it should be re-established on October 2.
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