The new CEO of FlyBosnia is Haris Coloman, who has replaced Tarik Bilalbegovic. Mr Coloman was previously FlyBosnia’s Executive Director, and left the company in September of last year. He has some 20 years of experience in the Bosnian aviation industry, having not only worked with FlyBosnia but also with Bosnian Wand Airlines (who ceased operations in 2015). FlyBosnia currently operates one Airbus A319-100 and has 2 on order. The airline has flown to a total of 9 destinations from its hub, Sarajevo Airport, since its foundation in January of 2019. These are the destinations to which FlyBosnia flies: Mostar Airport (Bosnia), Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino (Rome, Italy), Kuwait International Airport (Kuwait), Prince Nayef bin Abdulaziz International Airport (Gassim, Saudia Arabia), King Abdul Aziz International Airport (Jeddah, Saudia Arabia), King Khalid International Airport (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia) and Monastir Habib Bourguiba International Airport (Monastir, Tunisia). It has stopped flying to London Luton International Airport and Bahrain International Airport. FlyBosnia is 1 of 2 airlines in Bosnia, the other one being Tuzla-based charter airline Icar Air. 13th of July 2020.