A WizzAir jet landed this morning at the Sarajevo airport marking the start of connection with Budapest. The main low-cost carrier in Central and Eastern Europe will operate regular Sarajevo-Budapest flights twice a week.
Hungarian Ambassador to Bosnia, Négyesi József, said that it was an honor to be present at a ceremony marking the launch of the Budapest-Sarajevo service.
“Political, economic, cultural relations between Hungary and Bosnia and Herzegovina are exceptional: the common history and geographical prism are crucial elements that have a positive impact on our cooperation. Further deepening and strengthening of economic, political, trade and cultural relations is our shared intent and interest. For many years, the main obstacle for developing our relations was the poor organization of transport of passengers and goods between our two countries. As we know, in the 21st century, connection is an essential condition for a success in maintaining relations. Not only economic, but also the (relations) in everyday life of citizens,” said Ambassador József.