Irish airline Ryanair will add two new connections from Charleroi Airport during the next summer season: to Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina and to Dubrovnik in Croatia. Ryanair announced this on Wednesday.
From April, Ryanair will fly four times a week to the Bosnian capital Sarajevo. That connection already existed once, operated by the Hungarian airline Wizz Air, but it is no longer on the destination board of the Hainaut airport. Ryanair also flies from Charleroi to another city in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Banja Luka, during the summer, according to the Ryanair website.
From April, Ryanair will also fly twice a week between Charleroi and the Croatian port city of Dubrovnik.
Ryanair said on Wednesday that it will offer a total of more than 6.5 million seats to and from Belgium (Charleroi Airport and Brussels Airport) during the 2024 summer season.