• Serving Sarajevo / Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Sarajevo International Airport
  • Sarajevo Airport Airline Information

    Sarajevo International Airport: Kurta Schorka 36, Sarajevo 71210, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Serving as an important gateway into the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo International Airport receives limited service only from a few airlines from some neighboring European countries. All airline operations take place in the single terminal building, which is divided into an Arrivals Hall and Departure Hall.

Sarajevo International Airport serves as the headquarters for B&H Airlines. The national airline of Bosnia and Herzegovina is actually a very small company that has a fleet of only several jets. B&H connects Sarajevo with Banja Luka International Airport in the second largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Bosnian flag carrier also takes passengers to Istanbul-Ataturk International Airport in Turkey’s largest city. Passengers at Sarajevo have direct access to Switzerland’s largest airport thanks to direct B&H flights to Zurich Airport. One of the most important cities in the Scandinavian region, Copenhagen, is also listed on the B&H Airlines schedule that is offered at Sarajevo International Airport.

Sarajevo International Airport is also well served by several major airline companies from Bosnia and Herzegovina’s neighboring countries. The Slovenian flag carrier Adria Airways operates direct flights to Ljubljana, the capital city of Slovenia. Serbia’s national airline Jat Airways connects Sarajevo with the Serbian capital city of Belgrade. Croatia Airlines links Bosnia and Herzegovina’s largest city with Zagreb, the capital city of Croatia.

The Bosnian capital city is well connected to major cities in neighboring central European countries. Austrian Airlines invites passengers to Vienna International Airport in Austria’s capital city. The low cost German airline Germanwings offers direct flights from Sarajevo to Cologne and Stuttgart. Germany’s flag carrier Lufthansa connects Sarajevo International Airport with Munich Airport.

Norwegian Air Shuttle connects Sarajevo International Airport with two major Scandinavian cities. Norway’s largest airline company invites customers to Oslo Gardermoen Airport in the Norwegian capital city of Oslo, where the carrier has a base. Passengers can also board direct Norwegian Air Shuttle flights to Stockholm Arlanda Airport in the Swedish capital city.

Turkish Airlines operates regional service between Sarajevo International Airport and Ataturk-International Airport in Istanbul. The trip to Turkey’s busiest airport is offered on a daily basis from Bosnia and Herzegovina’s largest airport.

Passengers at Sarajevo International Airport will have to make multiple transfers to get to other destinations within Europe and more remote locations in other continents. Combined together, hundreds of direct destinations are offered at the main airports that listed on the schedule of the airlines operating at Sarajevo.