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SARAJEVO (Bosnia and Herzegovina), July 17 (SeeNews) – German low-cost air carrier Eurowings has suspended the sale of tickets for flights between Bosnia's Sarajevo and Germany's Dusseldorf, which were scheduled to begin on November 2, its website shows.
The air carrier has removed the Sarajevo-Dusseldorf route entirely from its website, after earlier announcing it will operate the service twice a week until March 22.
Eurowings will continue to operate between Sarajevo and Cologne and Stuttgart.
In January, the municipal government of Bosnia's Mostar said Eurowings may add direct flights between Mostar and Stuttgart to its timetable. The air carrier was due to submit a business proposal to Mostar airport on establishing the link.
Eurowings, headquartered in Dusseldorf, is a fully owned subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group.