Friday, November 14, 2014

Croatian airports record October growth

Croatian airports see strong start to the winter season

Croatia’s three busiest airports - Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik - have seen their passenger numbers grow in October, continuing the positive trend set throughout the year so far. Zagreb Airport welcomed 226.182 passengers, an increase of 8.4% compared to the same month in 2013. The result was achieved despite a drop in the number of operated flights, which amounted to 3.506. During October, Croatia’s busiest airport welcomed its two-millionth traveller. A total of 2.091.449 passengers have passed through Zagreb over the past ten months, an improvement of 4.6% compared to the same period last year. The airport is expected to see a busy end to the year with Air Serbia, Flydubai and Air Croatia set to launch flights from the city in December.

MonthPAXChange (%)
JAN135.758 2.6
FEB128.4101.3
MAR165.336 5.7
APR192.443 3.1
MAY217.775 5.9
JUN243.984 6.8
JUL260.783 4.7
AUG269.500 10.5
SEP251.280 7.0
OCT226.182 8.4

Split Airport also performed well as it looks to cement its position as the third busiest airport in the former Yugoslavia. It welcomed 116.037 travellers through its doors in October, an impressive 12% increase when compared to last year. Overall, the airport has handled 1.692.089 passengers this year, up 11%. Split has already surpassed its 2013 end of year result. Pero Bilas, Split Airport’s Assistant General Manager, says the airport will welcome 1.75 million passengers by the end of 2014. “We are extremely happy with this year’s performance, which has led to sound financial reulsts. It could be said that we are an example of how state-owned companies should function and finance their own development”.

MonthPAXChange (%)
JAN26.0444.2
FEB21.5304.4
MAR27.580 16.8
APR79.284 19.6
MAY159.485 14.2
JUN236.921 3.5
JUL388.899 15.8
AUG392.075 13.8
SEP243.761 9.6
OCT116.037 12.0

Finally, Dubrovnik Airport did good business once again, registering growth of 2.6% in October. It saw 135.257 passengers pass through its doors during the month. As a result, the airport has handled 1.574.724 passengers so far in 2014, up 4.4%. It has seen more travellers use its services so far this year than for the whole of 2013. Meanwhile, the installation of two air bridges at Dubrovnik Airport, valued at 1.1 million euros, is expected to be completed by December. They have been produced by China’s CIMC Company. The addition of the air bridges, which will connect the terminal building with parked aircraft, will also provide additional revenue for Dubrovnik Airport as airlines are charged for their use. Dubrovnik becomes the first airport in Croatia with air bridges.

MonthPAXChange (%)
JAN15.950 15.5
FEB14.423 15.9
MAR21.963 29.6
APR87.774 12.7
MAY181.898 2.3
JUN234.887 4.9
JUL303.993 9.7
AUG317.184 7.9
SEP234.395 0.5
OCT135.257 2.6

75 comments:

  1. As an outsider, I would have always guessed that Dubrovnik would have the most passengers simply because internationally, Dubrovnik is better known than Split. Can someone tell me how come Split gets so many passengers? Is it just the city or does it serve a larger portion of the coast?

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    1. In radius of 100 km you have big tourist resorts like:
      - Biograd
      - Pirovac
      - Vodice
      - Šibenik
      - Primošten
      - Trogir
      - Omiš
      - Makarska
      - Tučepi
      - Brač (ferry from Split harbour)
      - Hvar (ferry from Split harbour)
      - Vis (ferry from Split harbour)
      - Dugi otok (ferry from Split harbour)
      - Korčula (ferry from Split harbour)

      Comparing:
      252.102 beds in Split-Dalmatia and Šibenik-Knin counties
      67.220 beds in Dubrovnik-Neretva county

      15.607.000 overnights in Split-Dalmatia and Šibenik-Knin counties
      5618.000 overnights in Dubrovnik-Neretva county

      + some of tourists from Zadar county also travel to Split airport

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    2. Dubrovnik flights serve... well, only Dubrovnik. Split flights serve the entire Dalmatia minus Dubrovnik. In addition, so many tourists who visit Dubrovnik arrive on cruisers which is not the case in the rest of Dalmatia. So it is quite obvious that Split will have more pax.

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    3. People from bosnia and hercegovina also using split airport. Especially from western hercegovina.

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    4. So this is how this year might end up for Croatian airports.

      Zagreb: 2.42 million (5.5%)
      Split: 1.75 million (10.5%)
      Dubrovnik: 1.62 million (5.2%)
      Zadar: 0.5 million (5%)
      Pula: 380k (5.5%)
      Rijeka 152k (7%)
      Osijek: 35000~
      Bol, Brac: 50 000~

      Total: 6.010 000 pax for 2014.


      Predictions for 2015.

      Zagreb: 2.85 million
      Split: 1.95 million
      Dubrovnik: 1.75 million
      Zadar: 550k
      Pula: 400k
      Rijeka 170k
      Osijek: 35000~
      Bol, Brac: 50 000~

      Total: 7 750 000 pax for 2015.



      Predictions for 2016.

      Zagreb: 3.25 million
      Split: 2.15 million
      Dubrovnik: 2.0 million
      Zadar: 580k
      Pula: 420k
      Rijeka 200k
      Osijek: 50000~
      Bol, Brac: 50 000~

      Total: 8 700 000 pax for 2016.

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    5. * error for 204 should read 6.910.000~ final figure, pressed 0 instead of 9

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  2. Sorry for OT: today first CRJ700ER for JP arrived at early morning hour on LJU Airport :)

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    1. how old is that plane? who was the previous owner?

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    2. It belonged to Lufthansa CityLine.

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    3. ...another vulture arrived.

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  3. Split is not just Split, (eventhough Split is also a city with a larger port etc), but also an important gateway for ferries to several Islands or touristic spots such as Trogir, Sibenik, Makarska etc
    Also Metro Area of Spit has over 300'000 Population. (city itself 180'000) Dubrovnik around 45000

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  4. Split is on fire. Excellent results. Congratulations. Dubrovnik is a bit of a let down this year. I was hoping for better growth.

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  5. The summer numbers for DBV may be great, but this winter's numbers will certainly be terrible. The number of flights is very limited and air fare is extremely high from European cities.

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    1. This is to be expected from highly seasonal city with small population. You could fill daily 747 from London in August but few have a need to fly to DBV in February.

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  6. OT but still indirectly related to ex-Yugoslavia.

    Oneworld member Airberlin reported a third-quarter net profit of €49.9 million ($62.2 million), down 50.5% compared to a net profit of €101 million in the year-ago.

    Air Berlin PLC has warned that its net loss this year could exceed €350 million ($437.5 million) from costs associated with a renewed push to return the airline to profit partly by cutting more jobs.

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    Bad news for Air Berlin can only mean good new for Air Serbia.

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    1. How can that be good news for Air Serbia? That means Etihad will use more money and resources to Air Berlin, Air Serbia will spent more money on Air Berlin (education, planes, logistics…), more connections will be forced via DUS, TXL and VIE…

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    2. Yeah, a weaker AB is not good for Air Serbia.

      Hi Purger, welcome back. Nice article in T6. I agree with you about longhaul, it might be a bit premature.

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    3. Do your nonsense ever stop? What more connections via Germany? Are you aware that EY is in no way interfering with JU when it comes to alliances, code-shares and connections? That's actually the only sector of the airline where EY does not meddle in.

      Best example of this is the interline between Air Serbia and SN Brussels for New York flights. This is an airline owned by Lufthansa and this is a route that could be easily served via Germany with AB. So no, Etihad will NOT force Air Serbia to send more passengers via Germany or Italy. Air Serbia's passengers will connect via airports where the local airline gave JU the most competitive fares.

      And this is good news for Air Serbia because it is currently one of the rare stable airlines within the Etihad alliance. It's because of this that Air Serbia will grow a lot this year while all others will shrink (with the exception of EY of course). So don't write about things you don't know. Thank you.

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    4. I would also like to add that Air Berlin does not fly to Belgrade so their contact with Air Serbia is not as great as it could have been.
      In case AB collapses Air Serbia will simply re-route those passengers via other hubs. Like I said before, Air Serbia has interline agreements with a lot of airlines so finding them an alternative should be no problem at all.

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    5. Zasto toliko ostrascenosti...Covek je rekao ono sto misli, svakako dobronamerno. Po meni ako su deo iste grupacije, nikako ne moze da bude dobro za ostale ako jedan clan ima problema. Zasto bi za air srbiju bilo dobro da je jedina dobrostojeca kompanija? pa nije to 'zero-sum game' kao sto si i sam rekao, trzista se ne poklapaju.

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    6. Za sada se ne poklapaju ali AB ima bazu u Becu koja predstavlja potencijalnu opasnost za JU. Treba gledati na stvari dugorocno. Isto tako, jedina odredista koja su dobila dodatne ucestalosti tokom zime su AMS i PRG koja nemaju veze sa Etihadom. AMS je jako vazan aerodrom za putovanja ka Americi sto dodatno dokazuje da EY ne forsira dodatnu saradnju izmedju AB i JU.

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    7. ps. also from me a + for Purgers inteview - very reasonable , the transatlantic flights are for sure very ambitious goal, but neccessary to take the company development to next level.

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    8. Yeah, I loved how he compared BEG and TLS when speaking of transatlantic flights, especially since TLS is not a hub airport. ;)

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    9. Alitalia is their Plan B if AB doesnt work out

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    10. how does alitalia fit into air serbia plan for transatlantic flights - they would be in direct competition?

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    11. Yes but Alitalia is still in its early phases of development and they have yet to present an official strategy as well as a new corporate identity. Let's not forget that they have announced the introduction of a new livery.

      The market between Italy and the U.S. is beyond massive so there will not be much overlap, especially for a route to New York. The Italians are the biggest ethnic group in New York state.

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    12. Alitalia is competition for passengers from ME. Of course you can not complain on that.

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    13. My point was that both Alitalia and Air Serbia will try to steal north American passengers from both Turkish Airlines and Lufthansa group, whether they are in the Middle East or the Balkans, doesn't matter.

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    14. Etihad is strongly working that new alliance in tide collaboration of members (that is their main goal), Etihad force business to Air Berlin (Air Serbia crew was trained in Air Berlin, some of planes comes from Air Berlin, support…), in beginning of Jat-Air Serbia transformation Etihad main point was collaboration of Air Berlin-Air Serbia especially on connections and flights via DUS and TXL to USA (Etihad point that much more time even than collaboration between Air Serbia and Etihad itself). And even if Etihad will not push Air Serbia-Air Berlin collaboration (and it will), for sure it will spear much more resources to Air Berlin and that means less to Air Serbia. And that for sure is not good for Air Serbia. One example (Brussels) for sure is not something you can conclude on. I did not say that Air Serbia will exclusively work with Air Berlin.

      Not to compare TLS with Belgrade:
      - TLS is little regional AF-KLM hub
      - AF-KLM flies to 25 destinations (with alliance partner even more), in which you have connections to Lyon, Strasbourg, Marseille, Nantes, Nice, Calvi, Ajaccio, Figari, Lille and Rennes
      - 3 companies have bases in TLS (Air France, HOP!, easyJet),
      - easyJet has 20 destinations from TLS,
      - it is home of Airbus and that is not just few businessman to fly to Toulouse from North America because of it,
      - Toulouse is very rich area (for example Blagnac is richest commune in France)
      - Midi-Pyrennes region and part of Languedoc-Roussillon, Aquitine and Limosin regions which gravitate to Toulouse is area of more than 5 million inhabitants (especially that those other region does not have airports with lot of routes),
      - airport has 7,6 million passengers...
      ...so it definitely has more potentials than Belgrade. But even that TLS is not huge hub (and Belgrade is also not „huge“) that does not mean it does not have potentials for long haul flights. Nice, Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dusseldorf (it is not LH hub but LH has 2 routes to USA from DUS), Milano Malpensa, Venice, Geneva… are not hubs but still have significant number of long haul flights.

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    15. I never traveled to USA with Turkish they were always more expensive then LX or Brussels A.
      With Alitalia I had problem with lost baggage on Malpensa but always good service on Rome or Milan flights to NYC. I would travel with ASL only with price no higher than 650 Euro to NYC.

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    16. DUS is underrated airport for long haul flights. It has similar number of passengers as Zurich. I traveled to OHara from BEG via DUS.
      Marco Polo Venice has only seasonal flights to USA.

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    17. Purger I work for the airline so please don't teach me about things I know better.
      All Air Serbia crew were trained in Abu Dhabi, not Germany and Air Berlin. No technical support was provided by AB to JU, everything came from EY. Furthermore, it was only until recently that AB-JU renegotiated a new interline, the previous one was outdated and uncompetitive, the current one is not perfect but it's far from what JU has with some other airlines. So no, EY will not push JU to cooperate more with AB because EY generally doesn't do that, it's not their policy.

      As for TLS, you are forgetting one thing, easyJet relies on O&D and Hop and Air France are the same company. AF directs all domestic passengers to Paris from where it distributes them around the world. Their policy of regionalisation has failed miserably, TLS was part of that failure as well. France is a specific and highly centralized market in terms of air travel, that's a very well known fact and someone who claims to be an expert should know that.

      Air Serbia's primary parters are Etihad, Alitalia, Virgin Atlantic, Aeroflot, KLM and British Airways. Air Berlin is pathetic at this point and things will not change that much. You can hope and speculate as much as you want but that's the truth.

      Regards from AUH.

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    18. By the way, just to inform you on another thing, all deals Air Serbia signed was because JU took initiative, including the Jet Airways deal. Etihad only steps in when things get rough or when their assistance is needed as was the case with Air Berlin.

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    19. Purger,

      Air Serbia is not financed by direct cash injections from Etihad (as AirBerlin is). Air Serbia has its finance plan until the end of 2016 and it is precisely known how much money the government will pour in and how much money Etihad will pour in.

      What Etihad pours into AirBerlin has nothing do to with Air Serbia. Funds for JU have already been allocated and they will not be slashed because of urgent injections for AirBerlin. After all, compared to what Etihad spends in AirBerlin the JU investment is peanuts. I really don't see the corelation there. Even if extra money is required for JU's long haul adventure, funding will be split between Etihad and Serbian government and it will again be peanuts compared to what is being burnt in AirBerlin.

      I consider you the most qualified visitor of this blog but you really have too many 'doom is right behind the corner' scenarios for JU and I think it is a bias of yours. The biggest real threat for them is tne one you actually never notice - political instability in Serbia. If anything would destroy Air Serbia it would be politics, not the losses generated by AirBerlin.

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    20. .. and Network Development and Revenue Management are in Abu Dhabi instead of Belgrade. Practically, the commercial side of business is in Etihad's hands.

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    21. @ Anonymous 1:31 PM

      All JU pilots received their A319 training in Berlin. Initially it was supposed to be Abu Dhabi but there were some problems so they switched to Berlin.

      Air Serbia and Air Berlin have the agreement on pilot leasing. A lot of pilots were seconded to JU while JU's own pilots were in training. Some of them still fly for JU. The agreement is commercial (meaning JU pays to AirBerlin commercial leasing tarrifs for those pilots, not just their salaries) and it leaked in public 7-8 months ago.

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    22. Yes, that is true those are down there but they have already moved some departments to Belgrade as they are hiring new people. They didn't want ex-Jat people to run these highly sensitive things, they needed their own people, people who were competent enough.
      Network development is the next one to be moved back, people have already been hired to run parts of it.

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    23. User from AUH gets it, others not so much. I commented on AZ more than 3 months ago:

      http://exyuaviation.blogspot.com/2014/08/government-to-publish-etihad-contract.html?showComment=1407608504906#c8463752472555194628

      Alitalia is not going to be a major competitor to Air Serbia longhaul plans. What Alitalia announced back in August for 5 year expansion is only one new US destination (SFO) and no new Canada destinations. That can change, but does not look like a threat.

      Real long term threat is no solution for BEG airport. Hogan is a great dealmaker and should protect EY investment in ASL with some legwork and delicate dealmaking to find EU based operator for BEG.

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    24. Gospodine Purgeru TLS ima long haul letove ali samo sa A318CJ i A319CJ .
      AB nema hub u VIE vec ga ima HG, a HG je prosle godine imao profit od 1,2 mil Eur.
      A to da ce ASL imati problema zbog gubitka AB od 350 Mil Eur pa to nema nikakve veze sa ASL . A ASL ce imate letove za USA vec sledece godine samo dali ce avioni biti nasi ili od 9W. ;) :)
      INN-NS

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    25. AB je vlasnik HG-a tako da ti to dodje isto.

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    26. Ali AB-u nije VIE focus city nego je HG-u sto je velika razlika posto on ne predstavlja nikakvu konkurenciju JU kao st ovde navodi Gospoda .
      INN-NS

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    27. On bi predstavljao da AB nije na rubu propasti.

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    28. Jeste AB ocekuje vise od 350 mil Eura gubitka ali HG je u plusu ali oni iz VIE su cak ukinuli i DME a oni lete skoro samo za Grcku i Spaniju iz VIE .
      INN-NS

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    29. Da, zato sam i napisao da su dugorocno problematicni za JU, posebno ako je AB u dobrom stanju.

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    30. Anon at 1.31pm - I can tell that you are well intentioned. HOWEVER, you cannot possibly work for Air Serbia, because if you did, you would know that airberlin provided all the pilot training for JU's 733 pilots. In addition, ALL technical support in the conversion of these pilots was also provided by airberlin. So you are unfortunately wrong .. not that it matters, but as a point of fact, this is what happened. Everything else you have said in the rest of your mail re airberlin, is however correct

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  7. Zadar is having best year ever also. Looks like loosing a few Ryanair destinations next year, but Vueling have introduced Barcelona and Tuifly Frankfurt and Hannover

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    1. Why is Ryanair suspending some routes from Zadar? They no longer have the money or..?

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    2. @ Anonymous 1:31 PM

      All JU pilots received their A319 training in Berlin. Initially it was supposed to be Abu Dhabi but there were some problems so they switched to Berlin.

      Air Serbia and Air Berlin have the agreement on pilot leasing. A lot of pilots were seconded to JU while JU's own pilots were in training. Some of them still fly for JU. The agreement is commercial (meaning JU pays to AirBerlin commercial leasing tarrifs for those pilots, not just their salaries) and it leaked in public 7-8 months ago.

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    3. Actually, pilots come from both Air Berlin and Etihad.

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  8. Montenegro Airlines lauching lyon - podgorica from 11/04 to 17/10/15 every saturday

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    1. I'm working at the Lyon airport, the contract was signed yesterday

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  9. Nice move maybe they changed someone in route planning sector.

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    1. I don't think so. It was planned last year and finally nothing happened... hope connections with belgrade will be possible

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    2. It's a route for air serbia!

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  10. Jel dolazio KLM u ZAG sa novom Delfin livery :)
    INN-NS

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    1. Misli LDZA? ;)

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    2. Ja reko da pisem IATA kod posto ovde malo ljudi razume ICAO kodove :)
      INN-NS

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    3. Bravo, dobro si se odlucio :-)

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  11. I am disappointed because of BEG, because managment obviously won't give it into a concession, so Serbia will "invest" for development. That is just sad, now BEG can't be nothing more than an little 'hub' compared to ATH, OTP...

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  12. It is nice to see that the Croatian Airports are increasing. I believe that once Zagreb gets its long awaited terminal, traffic will increase substantially. I feel that with the current terminal, it is hard to attract traffic. With talk about Split having a bigger terminal, this could increase traffic there. It is hard to imagine what it is like during the busy summer months in the Split terminal. I flew out of Split and it is small.
    On an O/T note, when I google Alitalia and then the news column, I read on different news articles, that Alitalia would give up the Rome - JFK service once the Etihad deal is in place. Could that also hamper Air Serbias desires to fly long-haul? Just a thought.

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    1. Not true, Alitalia will not give up Rome - New York

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    2. @AnonymousNovember 14, 2014 at 6:59 PM

      Current Zagreb terminal is sufficient for around 3 million pax, it'll be expanded between November and April next year a bit, not a lot, internally it'll be re-organized so it can handle more passengers, i think terminal can accommodate around 3 million pax, pushing 3.5 million if all fails.

      With arrival of so many new airlines and the return of few more potential airlines to Zagreb in 2015, Czech Airlines, Alitalia and SAS in 2015, and arrival/return of Brussels Air and EasyJet would be xmas topping.

      Zagreb needs to be connected with all major cities in western, northern and central Europe and for that, Zagreb needs to attract all major carriers in western Europe.





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    3. http://www.thenational.ae/business/aviation/etihad-partner-alitalia-will-drop-rome-new-york-route-to-satisfy-eu-investigation
      To su odlicene vesti za ASL znaci i JFK vec pocinje 2015 ;)
      INN-NS

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    4. Дал ви уопште знате да читате? Па де ту пише да жабари неће летети за велику јабуку? Бем вас неписмене, лупате глупости уместо да научите сва слова! Ајде прочитајте опет!

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    5. Pa to pise u jos 10 novina ali dali ce se desiti niko nezna samo se zna da ce ASL leteti za USA 2015 :P
      INN-NS

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    6. glupane to znaci da i tvoja ASL nece leteti zha Ameriku

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    7. Jedino sto daju je FCO-BEG, to je sve sto je evropska komisija trazila

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    8. I must admit I don't really get what's about the BEG-FCO route - they are giving up their slots (I guess JU and AZ), but to whom are they giving it to? Two competitors dropped the route. So, who's going to step in? JP perhaps? I don't see any FCO-based airline doing anything about a very saturated route to begin with...

      And it isn't like there are many slot restrictions at BEG or FCO for that matter. Whoever wanted to operate the route got the permits.

      So, what is this all about? Just reducing frequencies? Why would anyone ask for that, if there is no competition to yield to?

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    9. ^^ I agree. The consumers will not benefit from this decision because JU and AZ will increase their prices because their supply decreased, but demand will stay the same. Travelers between BEG and FCO will end up paying more. The only other carrier that might launch flights between Rome and Belgrade might be Ryanair from their Ciampino base, but BEG is too pricey for them I think.

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  13. Looks like we are starting to see some reasonable results for Zagreb.

    All that is missing is Croatia Airlines becoming a growth focused company for Zagreb to see increases of well over 10%. Obviously this does not look to be the case unless they are following Adria restructuring program in which case we could see them become growth focused again in the near future.

    I feel Zagreb could easily see close to 10% growth next year with is the current trends continue.

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    1. I predict way more, OU is increasing frequnecies and number of operations, OU will increase on 1.42 million pax they had in 2013 and 1.40 million in 2014. I only estimate this pax for no idea until final figures are released, although OU's market share has been falling at Zagreb airport, in 2013 it was around 62% now its 58% (57.8% latest figure).

      Foreign carriers are taking ever greater chunk of Croatian market, and in particular Zagreb, in 2015 foreign carriers are expected to handle around 1.25 million pax, with increased OU's operation in 2015, they're increasing operations by around 7-8%, it is expected they'd be able to handle 1.55 million (still way bellow 1.75 million that handled in 2008 and 2012) but non the less Zagreb airport has extremely good chances of hitting 2.8 million mark in 2015.

      restructuring should be completed by the end of 2015, with OU loosing around 120 more staff and becoming more efficient, with 2016 being first year of normal operations.









      So this is how this year might end up for Croatian airports.

      Zagreb: 2.42 million (5.5%)
      Split: 1.75 million (10.5%)
      Dubrovnik: 1.62 million (5.2%)
      Zadar: 0.5 million (5%)
      Pula: 380k (5.5%)
      Rijeka 152k (7%)
      Osijek: 35000~
      Bol, Brac: 50 000~

      Total: 6.910 000 pax for 2014.


      Predictions for 2015.

      Zagreb: 2.85 million
      Split: 1.95 million
      Dubrovnik: 1.75 million
      Zadar: 550k
      Pula: 400k
      Rijeka 170k
      Osijek: 35000~
      Bol, Brac: 50 000~

      Total: 7 750 000 pax for 2015.



      Predictions for 2016.

      Zagreb: 3.25 million
      Split: 2.15 million
      Dubrovnik: 2.0 million
      Zadar: 580k
      Pula: 420k
      Rijeka 200k
      Osijek: 50000~
      Bol, Brac: 50 000~

      Total: 8 700 000 pax for 2016.

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  14. We already read your pinky predictions at the beginning of comments, so no point of repeating yourself over and over...
    Really boring, and annoying...

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