18 July 2019
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The first plane of the company Ryanair has landed today at the international airport Banja Luka in BiH. Ryanair, the leading European low-cost airline, today celebrates its first flights to Bosnia and Herzegovina (its 37th country) and starts delivering its new service twice a week to Banja Luka from Stockholm Skavsta, which will be the first out of the 3 new Banja Luka winter routes in 2018, starting this week. The airline will connect Banja Luka with Brussels in Belgium and Memmingen in Germany.

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