Sky Srpska was a planned airline in the Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The airline was a public enterprise owned by the entity government which had its hub at the Banja Luka International Airport. The airline lounched international services in July 2010 after signing a cooperation agreement with Adria Airways, selling seats for flights from Banja Luka to Ljubljana. The Republic of Srpska government delayed the launch of the airline on several occasions, but ultimately decided to end its support in 2012 due to the airlines lack of funds to lease an aircraft.
There has also been significant controversy over due to the criminal convictions of the CEO of airline Sky Srpska Adi Hadzihasanovic, regarding rapes of young girls.