DTM: Wizz Air will also fly to Sarajevo in the future

Wizzair aircraft at Dortmund Airport (Photo: Dortmund Airport / Hans Juergen Landes Fotografie).
Wizzair aircraft at Dortmund Airport (Photo: Dortmund Airport / Hans Juergen Landes Fotografie).

DTM: Wizz Air will also fly to Sarajevo in the future

Wizzair aircraft at Dortmund Airport (Photo: Dortmund Airport / Hans Juergen Landes Fotografie).
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The Hungarian low-cost company Wizz Air is expanding its offer from Dortmund Airport.

From May 20, 2021, passengers have the option of flying from Dortmund to Sarajevo on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. After Tuzla, it is the second city in Bosnia and Herzegovina that travelers can reach directly from Dortmund in the future. The flights can already be booked now. “Wizz Air already significantly expanded its route network last year by opening the base in Dortmund. The fact that another goal has now been added shows that the airline will continue to rely fully on Dortmund in the future and will continue to grow at the location. For our passengers this means even more flexibility and a larger selection of attractive destinations, ”says Guido Miletic, Head of Airport Services and Marketing at Dortmund Airport.

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