Trade in the Middle East for Europe when you book flights to Sarajevo from Riyadh. The cosmopolitan Bosnian capital may be on an entirely different continent, but flydubai journeys there up to six times a week.
Purchase a ticket and tick Bosnia off your travel wish list – simply choose a seat onboard one of our Boeing 737-800s, either in Economy or Business Class. Economy packs in the home comforts, with everything you need for an enjoyable journey to Sarajevo. From the award-winning WiFi and HD personal touchscreens, to the ergonomic seats, we’ve designed our cabins to offer a premium service. Pre-order your meal before you fly to Sarajevo and enjoy a tantalising taste of some of the dishes from our internationally-inspired menu. Snacks and drinks are available to buy as you fly, just in case you’re just after a light bite.
Business Class offers a luxe flying experience, boasting reclining Italian seats, dedicated cabin crew and delicious food and drink. Plus while you wait to board your flight to Sarajevo, you can relax in the premium airport lounge, exclusive to Business Class passengers.
Riyadh King Khalid International Airport (RUH) is where you’ll start your trip to Sarajevo. It’s easy to reach - only 30 minutes north of the city centre. Drive there and park at the airport, take a taxi or arrange a private transfer.
If you want to cut down your journey time, check in online before you arrive at RUH - this handy service is open between 24 hours and 90 minutes ahead of your flight’s departure. Alternatively, you can check in at one of the flydubai desks at the terminal and drop your bags off at the same time. Once that’s done, head through security and into the departures hall.
The first flight of your journey will take you from Riyadh to Dubai, only a short 1 hour 55 minute plane ride. Arrive into Dubai International Airport (DXB) and catch your connection to Sarajevo International Airport (SJJ). This leg of the journey takes just under six and a half hours. Touch down at SJJ and the heart of the Bosnian capital is only 20 minutes away. To reach the centre, you can arrange a private transfer or take a taxi from the stand outside of terminal B. Or make the most of your trip by hiring a car by exploring beyond Sarajevo.
Mosques, minarets and red roofed-houses punctuate the skies of Sarajevo. It’s this charming mix of architecture that creates the city’s unique fairy tale feel. From the neo-gothic Cathedral of Jesus’ Sacred Heart to the 16th-century Old Clock Tower, soak up Sarajevo’s beautiful sights when you wander the compact streets of its cultural centre. After a day spent exploring, refuel at one of the Sarajevo’s cafes – there’s plenty to choose from. You’ll fall in love with Bosnian cuisine as soon as you tuck into meat-stuffed pastries, fresh veal stew and succulent mince kebabs.