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Bosnia and Herzegovina is a republic in south-eastern Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula, bounded on the north and west by Croatia, and on the east and south by Serbia & Montenegro. Bosnia and Herzegovina (often referred to simply as Bosnia) has a territory of 51,129 sq km (19,741 sq mi). Formerly a constituent republic of Yugoslavia, Bosnia and Herzegovina declared its independence in March 1992. Civil war then broke out among the country's Muslims, Croats, and Serbs (see Wars of Yugoslav Succession). At the end of the war, in 1995, Serbs controlled 49 percent of the territory, in an area known as the Serb Republic; the remaining territory, known as the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, was controlled by a federation of Muslims and Croats. The Muslim-Croat federation and the Serb Republic together constitute the republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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May 5, 2017

SkyBosnia ceased operations in 2012 [status change]

February 4, 2016

MySky recently announced cessation of services, via their web site [added]

July 23, 2015

The Bosnia and Herzegovina Directorate of Civil Aviation (BHDCA) says it has suspended the AOC of flag carrier B&H Airlines

Airline

Status

Operating Dates

Air Bosna   

Renamed 1994 - 2003

^ Comments : B&H Airlines was formed 12Aug1994 as Air Bosna, restarted on 23Jun2005, AOC gone on 02Jul2015

^ Genealogy : Air Bosna >B&H Airlines

Air Srpska   

Inactive 1999 - 2003

^ Comments : Air Srpska started scheduled operations on 29Jan1999

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AirKosova (Air Kosova)  updated

Inactive 2000 - 2000*

^ Comments : AirKosova (Air Kosova) was funded by the The Foundation for the reconstruction of Kosova and was headquartered in Geneva. Commenced charter flights in 2000 between Pristina and Geneva. Scheduled flights were planned using aircraft leased from TransAer. When that went bust in 2000, AIrKosova quickly followed.

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Arnoro Airlines   

Inactive 2004 - 2007*

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Avio Piva   

Unsure 2004* - 2006*

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B&H Airlines  updated

Inactive 2005 - 2015

^ Comments : B&H Airlines was formed 12Aug1994 as Air Bosna, restarted on 23Jun2005 after the rename. AOC gone on 02Jul2015 & operations ceased. B&H AIRLINES ws the national airline of Bosnia Herzegovina, operating scheduled international flights in Europe

^ Genealogy : Air Bosna >B&H Airlines

Bio Air (BioAir)   

Inactive 1999* - 2002

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Bosnia Airlines   

Inactive 2004* - 2004*

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Bosnian Wand Airlines   

Inactive 2015 - 2015

^ Comments : Bosnian Wand Airlines was founded on 24Jun2004 in Gornje Dubrave & its inaugural flight was on 25Jan2015. Suspended operations on 10Feb2015

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Dardan Air   

Inactive 2001 - 2002*

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FlyBosnia  updated

Not started (2006)

^ Comments : FlyBosnia Intended to launch direct flights from Saraevo to Gatwick but did not start operations

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Icar Air  updated

Active 2004* - date

^ Comments : Icar Air was founded to fill the void left by the demise of Air Bosna. Icar Air is a privately owned Airline LLC, founded in 2000, based in Tuzla

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Mast Air   

Inactive 2000 - 2000

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MySky   

Inactive 2015* - 2016

^ Comments : MySky recently announced cessation of services, via their web site

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Prince Air  updated

Renamed 1991 - 2003*

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Satair   

Inactive 1998* - 2000

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Sky Srpska   

Not started (2012)

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SkyBosnia  updated

Inactive 2011 - 2012

^ Comments : SkyBosnia ceased operations in 2012

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Spirit of Balkan   

Not started (2005)

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