The Bulgarian and Bosnia and Herzegovina governments are in talks to establish a joint airline of the Balkan region, which would operate flights between Sarajevo and Sofia, and to other capitals in the region that lack a national carrier, including Macedonia and Albania.
Current hurdles are infrastructure in the transport sector, as well as regional issues with integration and integration into the EU.
A total of four or five countries may initially help subsidize the project, with each country participating in the joint airline responsible for their own infrastructure.
Turkish Airlines may help launch an airline in Bosnia, according to reports. It is unclear at the moment if the joint airline is part of the same project.