Tuzla International Airport in a nutshell


The airport in Bosnia and Herzegovina's third-largest city is used by Wizz Air, which operates flights to northern and western Europe, primarily for Bosnian workers in those countries. In addition, other airlines occasionally fly to Tuzla, attracted by flight subsidies offered by the city.

Tuzla is conveniently located close to the Croatian and Serbian borders and is therefore used by people from a wide area.

The airport has been completely rebuilt, but it still looks more like a supermarket building, and if two planes happen to meet at the same time, there is often a queue all the way outside.

Opening hours follow the flight schedule, and it is not possible to stay overnight.

Each passenger must pay a departure tax of 2 BAM at the departure hall counter. This tax is not included in the ticket price. Payment can be made by cash or card.

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