Currently in Bosnia there are 4 airports that have international flights, in 2015 they handled just over 1 million passengers.
Sarajevo Airport — IATA code SJJ — (
The busiest airport in Bosnia and Herzegovina is not surprising that the airport is Sarajevo, the airport is located 8 km from the center of Sarajevo. At the airport throughout the year you can get to cities such as Ljubljana, Belgrade, Zagreb, Brussels, Istanbul, as well as several cities in Germany, in addition, there are several seasonal flights. If you are traveling to other destinations in Bosnia, you can do it by rail or even better from the bus station in Sarajevo, which has connections with the whole country.
Tuzla Airport — code IATA TZL — (
Tuzla Airport is the second largest airport in Bosnia, the airport is located 14 km south-east of the center of Tuzla, a taxi to the city center should be about 10-12 euros, be sure to agree on a price before entering the cabin. From the airport there is also a bus to Tuzla, Sarajevo and Banja Luka, if you need to get to another city, you should go to the bus station in Tuzla, from where you can reach most parts of Bosnia. Almost all flights to and from Tuzla Airport are operated by WIZZ air from Hungary, which use the airport as a hub.
Airport Mostar — code IATA OMO — (
The airport in Mostar is the third busiest airport in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the airport is located 7.5 km south / southeast of the center of the world, getting from the airport to the city is quite simple. If you need to travel, for example, to Medjugorje or other places in Bosnia, you must either order the transfer directly from the airport, or go to the bus station in Mostar, from you buses to many parts of the country. Currently, there are no connections throughout the year to Mostar airport, but there are quite a few seasonal routes, for example, from Rome, Milan, Bergamo and many other Italian cities. An alternative airport in Mostar is Sarajevo or Split in Croatia.
Banja Luka Airport — IATA code BNX — (
Banja Luka Airport or its so-called Makhovljani Airport is the smallest of the 4 international airports, the airport is located about 25 km northeast of the city center, unfortunately there is no bus from the airport, so you should either grab a Taxi or on foot to the main road, which is 800 meters from the terminal, here you can take a bus to Banja Luka. From the Banja Luka bus station you have connections with most parts of Bosnia. Currently, the only regular flight to and from the airport is the Air Serbia flight to Belgrade.
There are several small airports with grassy runways, including Bihac Golubczyk Airport, Glamoch Airport, Prijedor-Urie Airport and Livni Stipe-Krishto Airport, currently there are no plans to introduce commercial traffic to any of these airports.