BANJA LUKA, August 2 (FENA) – Ryanair reestablished the air link between Memmingen and Banja Luka after a four-month break due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Apart from Memmingen, which operates on Tuesdays and Saturdays, the flights to Brussels have been reestablished on Fridays and Mondays, the Banja Luka Airport conformed.
Ryanair Communications Manager for Central and Eastern Europe and the Balkans, Olga Pavlonka, pointed out that Ryanair, in order to celebrate reestablishment of flights from the Banja Luka Airport, started selling tickets for 25.99 euros by the end of October.
Tickets must be reserved by Wednesday, August 5, on the company’s website.
General Manager of the Banja Luka Airport Milan Račić said that the continuation of Ryanair flights is good news for everyone and added that this airport is ready for traffic with respect to all measures of the competent institutions in preventing the spread of the coronavirus.