Sarajevo International Airport is located only 12 kilometers from the center of Sarajevo and serves as a connection with many European cities and the rest of the world through large international airlines such as Munich, Istanbul, Vienna, Zurich and others.
Croatia Airlines connects Sarajevo with Zagreb, from where there are connections to Brussels, Frankfurt, London, Paris, Zurich, Munich and several other European cities.
Air Serbia connects Sarajevo daily via Belgrade, and from there one can connect with other international flights on Air Serbia and its partners to Frankfurt, Amsterdam and Rome, among others.
Since 2020, Tuzla International Airport has been the second largest airport in the country and has received more and more passenger traffic every year. Tuzla International Airport has opened its connections with international destinations, mainly to Central Europe and Scandinavia.
Mostar Airport was opened to civil air traffic in 1965, exclusively for domestic flights. With seasonal charter flights, Mostar Airport has connections with several international destinations such as Dusseldorf, Stuttgart, Milan.
Banja Luka International Airport is also known as Mahovljani Airport. The airport is located 18 km northeast of the railway station in the city of Banja Luka, the largest city in Republika Srpska and the second largest in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The following airlines operate regular flights to and from the Banja Luka Airport: