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Tuzla Airport: Wizz Air to base third aircraft, launch new routes
Tuzla Airport has said that low cost carrier Wizz Air plans to base a third aircraft in the city and launch a total of five routes, two of which were previously served by the airline but later discontinued. According to Tuzla Airport, Wizz will station its third jet in the city "soon", with services to either Hamburg or Hannover, Paris Beauvais and Milan to be introduced. On the other hand, flights to Sandefjord and London, which were discontinued in 2015 and 2017 respectively, are expected to resume. The airline itself has not confirmed the airport's claims. "We are in constant communication with Wizz Air concerning the introduction of new routes. There are several unserved destinations with high potential which are yet to be covered", Tuzla Airport's Executive Director for Marketing and Development, Enver Jukanović, said, adding that Wizz sees an average cabin load factor on its flight to and from Tuzla of between 95% and 98%.
Wizz Air has launched new flights from Tuzla to Vienna and Baden Baden so far this year. As Tuzla's only scheduled operator, the airline helped kick-start the airport's passenger development five years ago. Mr Jukanović believes that with the arrival of Wizz's third aircraft in the city, Tuzla could handle up to one million passengers per year. During the first half of 2018, Bosnia and Herzegovina's second busiest airport welcomed 275.415 travellers through its doors, up 21.4% on the same period last year. "With the growth witnessed so far and the overhaul of the passenger terminal, as well as the arrival of a third Wizz Air aircraft, I can say with confidence that we will come close to handling one million passengers per year", Mr Jukanović said.
Tuzla Airport is in the midst of a 3.3 million euro expansion project following numerous delays. The airport's terminal is being expanded from its current 2.971 square metres to 4.915 square metres. The added capacity will enable it to handle 800 passengers per hour, up from the current 400. The reconstruction and expansion of the passenger terminal will increase its capacity to 700.000 passengers per year. The future terminal will have the ability to cater for up to two aircraft within the same hour. Furthermore, it will be able to handle 400 passengers on arrival and a further 400 in departures at the same time. Work on the expanded facility is scheduled for completion in September.
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