Wizz Air, one of Europe’s fastest growing airlines and the largest low-cost carrier in Central and Eastern Europe, announced today a new service from Tuzla to Baden-Baden in Germany.

The upcoming low-fare WIZZ connection is commencing on 18 June with 2 weekly frequencies on Mondays and Fridays, creating great travel opportunities for Bosnian travelers and their visitors from just 29.99 BAM*.

The city of Baden-Baden will be the 7 German destination offered from Tuzla Airport by WIZZ. The eager travelers, planning a holiday or a weekend gateway, can discover this beautiful region and enjoy the town’s open-air cafes, chic boutiques and pristine gardens as well as the temple-like thermal baths.

As a pioneer of lowest-fare air travel in Europe, WIZZ is responding to its customers’ demand and is looking to create more opportunities and further diversifying its network from Tuzla. In 2018 a total of 15 destinations from 7 countries are available from Tuzla, further contributing to the growth of local economy, aviation, tourism and hospitality industries and improve business ties between the countries.

Sorina Ratz, Acting Head of Corporate Communications of Wizz Air, said:

“We are thrilled to announce today our 15 WIZZ route from Tuzla to Baden-Baden. Underlining our commitment to the region, we look forward to continuing our fruitful partnership with the Tuzla International Airport and to bringing even more exciting opportunities that can best meet our customers’ needs. Our new route will create new opportunities for Bosnian travelers to reach one of Europe’s popular cities, whether for a city break or a business trip, with fares as low as 29.99 BAM*. Our friendly and dedicated crew is looking to welcome our customers on board on one of Europe’s youngest fleet.”

General Director of the Tuzla International Airport, Rifet Karahasilović, said:

"With the opening of the new connection from the Tuzla International airport to Baden-Baden, the successful cooperation between the Tuzla International Airport and Wizz Air continues, and I am pleased to note the fact that more than half a million of passengers were transported through Tuzla airport last year. This joint development project initiated the need for reconstructing and upgrading the passenger terminal building. The works on this project are in progress, and today we have presented a new project of building an atrium facility with business space, parking space and outdoor decoration - thereby effectively utilizing the space around the terminal and completing the offer for all users of Tuzla International airport”.