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Bosnian Wand Airlines suspends operations from Bosnia and Herzegovina

BWA-Bosnia Wand A321-100 F-GYAN (14)(Nose)(BWA)(LR)

Bosnian Wand Airlines (Sarajevo) is not an airline holding a valid Air Operators Certificate (AOC) from Bosnia and Herzegovina according to the aviation authority of that country. Instead the would-be carrier was planning to operate flights under its brand using an Air Mediterranee/ Hermes Airlines Airbus A321. The carrier announced it operated its first charter flight in January 2015 (below) with the pictured Airbus A321-111 F-GYAN (msn 535). The proposed airline was planning to operate from Sarajevo regularly to Amsterdam, Athens, Frankfurt, Malmo and Stockholm starting on February 20.

BWA-Bosnia Wand A321-100 F-GYAN (14)(First Flight)(BWA)(LR)

However there are now no flights scheduled this month. According to EX-YU Aviation News, the company has suspended all operations and will offer refunds.

The Bosnia and Herzegovina Directorate of Civil Aviation has issued this statement:

In reference to the information circulated by the media in the last several days, stating that a company named “Bosnian Wand Airlines” was to operate its first flight from Bosnia and Herzegovina, we would like to inform the public that said company does not hold an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) issued by the Bosnia and Herzegovina Directorate of Civil Aviation, which is a necessary requirement for the provision of air transport of passengers and goods for commercial purposes.

Although the company, having the adjective Bosnian in its name, has a number of employees who are citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina, it is, above all, not an airline, contrary to what was stated in certain media reports.

A request for the flight, which had been announced to be operated from Sarajevo to Amsterdam on January 9, was submitted by the Greek airline “Hermes Airlines”, and not by the company “Bosnia Wand Airlines”.

Bosnian Wand-BWA logo (LR)

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All images by BWA.

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Bosnian Wand Airlines starts operations today to Stockholm

Bosnian Wand-BWA (Air Mediterranee) A321-100 F-GYAN (14)(Grd) QSV (BWA)(LRW)

Bosnian World Airlines-BWA (Sarajevo) launched its first flight and route from Sarajevo to Stockholm (Arlanda) today (January 9). Athens will be added on January 11, followed by Amsterdam and Gothenburg on January 16.

Photo: Bosnian Wand Airlines. The pictured Air Mediterranee Airbus A321-111 F-GYAN (msn 535) in full BWA colors arrived in Sarajevo yesterday. Air Mediterranee will operate the aircraft.

A website claims French military shot down A310

Copyright Photo: Antony J. Best.  Please click on photo for full view, information and other photos.

Copyright Photo: Antony J. Best. Please click on photo for full view, information and other photos.

SABA, Yemen’s official news agency, is quoting an unknown website named Almotamar that claims French warships engaging in military exercises near the Comoros Islands mistakenly shot down the crashed Yemenia Airbus A310-304 7O-ADJ (msn 535) on June 30, 2009. 7O-ADJ was operating flight IY 626 between Sana’a and Moroni in the Comoros Islands. The official investigation continues and this report cannot be collaborated with any other reliable sources.

News link:

www.sabanews.net/ar/news196573.htm

Yemenia’s crashed Airbus A310 FDR found

Yemenia’s (Yemen Airways) (Sana’a) Airbus A310-304 7O-ADJ (msn 535) flight data recorder (FDR) has been founded in the Indian Ocean in a slightly damaged condition.

News link:

www.chinapost.com.tw/international/middle-east/2009/08/29/222491/Yemenia-flight.htm

Yemenia’s A310-304 7O-ADJ crashes into sea

 

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Please click on photo for full view, information and other crashed aircraft.

Yemenia (Yemen Airways) (Sana’a) lost its Airbus A310-304 7O-ADJ (msn 535) this morning with 142 passengers and 11 crew on board. The jetliner was flying flight IY 626 between Sana’a and Moroni (Comoros Islands) in the Indian Ocean. The aircraft crashed into the sea near Mitsamiodi (Comoros) while on approach to Moroni. Rescue ships and aircraft are searching for any possible survivors. One child has already been rescued.

News link:

news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090630/ap_on_re_mi_ea/ml_yemen_plane_crash