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Dec 14, 2017 18:14 EEST
SARAJEVO (Bosnia and Herzegovina), December 14 (SeeNews) – Passengers at Bosnia's four international airports totalled 96,695 in November, down from 138,383 last month, Bosnia's Civil Aviation Directorate said.
The busiest airport in November was the Sarajevo International Airport which saw 57,887 passengers, compared to 80,769 last month, the Civil Aviation Directorate said in a statement on Wednesday.
Tuzla International Airport followed with 37,432 passengers, down 27% on the month.
Next was the Banja Luka-based airport with only 997 passengers, compared to 1,934 in October, and Mostar airport which saw a sharp decline to 379 passengers in November from 4,121 last month.
Sarajevo airport was also the busiest in terms of freight traffic, with 148 t transported in November.
Bosnia and Herzegovina has been without a flag carrier since BH Airlines lost its licence to operate and then its assets over large debts earlier this year. Recently Saudi-based Al Shiddi business group announced its air carrier FlyBosnia is expecting to obtain an operating permit.
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