Discover the charming and intriguing capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina when you book flights to Sarajevo from Muscat. There are up to four flights a week travelling between the two countries with a short stopover in Dubai. You’ll find a range of rates available across both Economy and Business Class, perfect whether you’re travelling to explore with friends or attending a business meeting.
You’re in for a luxurious journey if you choose a Business Class ticket. Firstly, you’ll skip the queue at the airport and head through security straight into the premium lounge. Relax here and take advantage of the amenities before boarding your flight. Once in the air, recline in your Italian leather seat and you’ll be served a selection of delicious meals, drinks and snacks throughout the flight.
There are plenty of home comforts to enjoy in Economy Class, too. Sink into your ergonomically-designed chair and enjoy the ample legroom. Browse the internet by connecting your phone or tablet to our onboard WiFi, watch a Hollywood film on your personal 12.1-inch HD touchscreen and enjoy a range of snacks and drinks from our trolley.
Head to Muscat International Airport (MCT), where your journey to Sarajevo will begin. Load your baggage into a taxi or, if you’d rather drive, there are several car parks offering both long and short-stay parking around the airport.
Once you arrive, head for one of our check-in desks where a member of staff will be waiting to take your bags. However, if you’d like to speed up the process, you can check-in online between 48 hours and 90 minutes before take-off.
With check-in ticked off, make your way through security to the departure lounge. Here you can use the free airport WiFi while you wait for your flight in one of the restaurants or cafes.
Board the plane for the hour journey to Dubai International Airport (DXB). You’ll land here for a short stopover and then continue travelling for 5 hours and 55 minutes before landing at Sarajevo International Airport (SJJ), also known as Butmir Airport. It takes around 20 minutes to get downtown – you can either catch a taxi from the stand next to terminal B or you can hire a car.
The capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina has shrugged off its turbulent past and today is embracing a new era in the city. Wander the lively historic centre with its Turkish feel, where you’ll discover bustling cafes and red-roofed houses each with Ottoman, Yugoslav and Austro-Hungarian elements.
Make sure you stop for a coffee - Bosnians pride themselves on the hot beverage, served with a thick foam, bitter taste and strong flavour. Green-topped mountains provide the backdrop and, come winter, resorts such as Bjelašnica and Jahorina offer the best-value skiing in Europe.