Monday, January 26, 2015

Wizz growth hits competition in Skopje

Wizz Air fuels competition at Skopje Airport

European legacy carriers have been hit by increased competition at Skopje Alexander the Great Airport from low cost airline Wizz Air. Austrian, Adria and Croatia Airlines, which rely on a significant number of transfer passengers from Macedonia, saw their numbers decrease in Skopje last year while budget carrier Wizz Air more than doubled its figures. In 2014, Wizz Air handled 557.376 passengers to and from Macedonia’s capital, up 55.7% on the year before. During 2014, Wizz Air based a second aircraft in Skopje and launched flights to four new destinations – Paris Beauvais, Frankfurt Hahn, Cologne and Charleroi, bringing the total number of destinations served from the Macedonian capital to fourteen. The airline’s passenger share in Skopje jumped over 10% last year.

AirlinePAXChange (%)
Wizz Air557.376 55.7
Turkish Airlines136.200▲ 6.5
Air Serbia60.039▲ 34.3
Pegasus Airlines57.374▲ 0.5
Edelweiss Air45.632 27.4

Performing well on the Macedonian market in 2014 were also Turkish Airlines, Air Serbia and Edelweiss Air. Turkey’s national carrier welcomed 136.200 travellers to and from Skopje, up 6.5% on the year before, while Air Serbia became the fourth busiest airline operating out of Macedonia, up from seventh position in 2013. Air Serbia handled 60.039 passengers on its Skopje flights, an increase of 34.3%. On the other hand, Adria Airways suffered one of the biggest declines in numbers. It welcomed 46.964 passengers on board its aircraft, down 11.7% on 2013. Adria’s CEO, Mark Anžur, recently said, “In Skopje, our 6% market share is declining as a result of subsidies offered to Wizz Air”. Croatia Airlines also saw its numbers decrease marginally, handling 45.632 travellers on its flights to and from Macedonia, down 3.1%. However, the carrier says it is content with its results. “Croatia Airlines operates daily flights to Skopje during the winter and eight weekly flights during the summer. The offered frequencies and capacity meets the demand. Croatia Airlines’ passenger numbers to Skopje are stable, despite increased competition”, the carrier says.

AirlinePAXChange (%)
Austrian Airlines98.602 6.1
Adria Airways46.964 11.7
Croatia Airlines45.632 3.1
Helvetic Airways26.682 24.3
Flydubai23.417 6.5

Last week, Wizz Air announced the launch of five new destinations from the Macedonian capital starting this summer, three of which are in Germany. The new routes will likely further impact Austrian Airlines which in 2014 welcomed 98.602 passengers on its Skopje flights, a decrease of 6.1%. The Macedonian Civil Aviation Agency recently said the country is moving forward with plans to create its own national carrier which could commence operations at the end of year. Its launch could further impact airlines present on the Macedonian market. Croatia Airlines says it is closely monitoring developments in the country. “If Macedonia’s new carrier takes off and its model is similar to ours, we believe we will be among the first airlines to offer some form of cooperation if we see an interest in it”, the Croatian carrier says.

Skopje Airport handled 1.208.359 passengers in 2014, up 22.7%. The number of operated flights increased by 11%. All statistics used in this article have been provided by Portline Airport Media Solutions and authorised by TAV Airport Holdings.

114 comments:

  1. Very interesting. So I guess those comments how JU is insignificant in Macedonia are not true. Surprised flyDubai isn't doing better.

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    1. Dunno, depends on wether you consider a 4.9 % share of passengers as significant or not? The more the merrier i say. Regarding flydubai, it baffles me why a saturday flight isnt offered considering the nature of the route.

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    2. So if my calculations are right Fly Dubai's lf is around 60-65% in Skopje. That's not that good for a lcc and such a long flight.

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    3. Well JU is the 4th carrier at SKP so it's not bad at all. More pax than Pegasus :)

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    4. Not that good, but i don't know can you really call them a true lcc? I mean a quick check for flights in april dxb-skp and airserbia is 20 euros cheaper than them, and pegasus is 50 euros cheaper, so i guess their yields per pax aren't the worst...

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    5. @anon 10:07

      Well its telling that you would compare them to pegasus (a lcc) but you're right they carried 2665 more passengers, although they did have more than twice as many flights . And cheap fares work a treat in a poor country ;)

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    6. Fly Dubai at Skp - load Factor 64,7 % or 116,46 pax from 174 available

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    7. I am not surprised. I live in Skopje and travelled by FlyDubai to KTM from BEG it's about 500 e, from SKP it's about 700e.Big difference for LCC.

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    8. the JU-numbers will go down because they are only flying once daily this year (even using ATR)

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    9. JU's double daily flight was only in summer so the numbers shouldn't change that much. Also, they do send the jet a few times per week.

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    10. not true , JU started double daily with the begin of the summer season (end of March).

      this time there are no double daily for the whole of April ( i havent checked further)

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    11. JU's summer schedule has not been finalised yet. They only revised their ATH flights the other day and that's one of their most lucrative markets out there.

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    12. One thing you all forget is that BEG is 440 km away from SKP - much less than all other destinations in offer from Skopje. Also, there are 2 trains and 11 buses per day connecting this two cities, unlike most other destinations which are much further and with no other direct connection. So, my guess is that JU results are excellent and depending on transfer passengers which is even better for JU.

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    13. wrong! JU earns more if you are travelling BEG-ARN , rather then SKP-BEG-ARN for the same price or even less. its good for building a hub , but financially its not ideal

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  2. Adria gambled away their chances in Skopje. They could have established a base there in 2010 and been one of the main airlines in Macedonia.

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    1. true dat!
      Adria had a very good reputation here (well stil has)

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  3. Austrian will definetly be hurt by this latest wizz expansion. Lots of gastos use to fly to Vienna and then go by bus / train to nearby towns. Now Wizz practically flies to those towns. I'm interested to see how Swiss will perform when they start flights.

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    1. As a Gastarbeiter living in Vienna it sort of pisses me off that whenever I want 2 book a flight with OS 2 Skopje, it is never less than eur250 for a return flight. WTF?
      If i fly OU or JP its always less- so I dont mind changing planes in LJU or ZAG
      NB to the proud fans of Air Serbia: the only reason i dont fly with JU is because im in Miles & More

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  4. While we're here top destinations from skp in 2014

    1. Istanbul 189,764
    2. Vienna 98,659
    3. Zurich 96,766
    4. Basel 69,423
    5. Malmo 68,359
    6. London 66,279
    7. Belgrade 60,161
    8. Dortmund 48,199
    9. Ljubljana 46,725
    10. Zagreb 45,679
    11. Munich 45,285
    12. Gothenburg 41,840
    13. Eindhoven 32,847
    14. Milan 31,018
    15. Venice 29,794
    16. Stockholm 28,927
    17. Rome 25,688
    18. Cologne 24,623
    Others: 158,287

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    1. thank you for that, looks good :)

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    2. Who flies to Skopje anyway, can not be tourists and business, when looking at the destination list must be albanian diaspora going to kosovo

      or have i missed something here?

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  5. I also think a lot of people who use to fly with Belle Air/Belle Air Europe from SKP have moved to Wizz Air.

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  6. Really interesting numbers. Is there any other major national airport where Wizz is so dominant?

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    1. Well do they have 45% pax in Budapest?

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    2. To be honest, SKP is a regional airport. Yes, they dominate some other regional airports in a similar manner.

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    3. Don't know but thats the only other airport i can think of where they are the de facto national airline.

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    4. Actually, Budapest is as well, they have >50% of the LLC market there and ~1/3 of the total market. It's just that Lufthansa and others are also much more developed. It's only "national" in SKP due to the dismemberment of Yug. I'd consider comparing to airports of similar amount of yearly traffic.

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    5. Katowice, Vilnius, Gdansk, Cluj, Tirgu Mures, Timisora, Craiova, Tuzla, Budapest.

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  7. Ma ovo je totalno ludilo sta govori CEO Adria, u 2013 ima li su 11-12 nedelnji letovi, pa ondak od pocetak 2014 do kraja marta oko 9-10, ondak iz pocetka maja do sam kraja godine su isli samo sa 7 - i gde je tu krivica ? Kako kaze oni zbog subvencije, to je totalno neprofesionalno od njihove strane, slicno i kod Fly Dubai, 2013 tokom letno spica od maja do septembra su bile 3 nedelnja leta - pa ondak 2014, samo i sve je jasno zasto ke pad i kod obe kompanije, samo mislim da Fly Dubai je uvidio gresku i sad oped od sredine Aprila do sredine septembra 2015 ide oped sa 3 nedelnja letova ;)

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    1. Isto vazi i Croatia - 2013 bili su sa 9 nedelnja leta, a 2014 6-7... Spored ovih podatocima - sami kompanije vuce udole njihov razvoj, jer ako ti ne ponudis vise frekfencije - normalno ce da putnici traze drugi alternative...

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    2. totally agree. Growth at SKP is possible just look at the Swiss Edelweiss - numbers!

      and Swiss is usually more expensive then JP and OU from SKP

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    3. I think JU has nicely consolidated its position in SKP. On a slow day in summer they had about 85 passengers but it was a common sight to have a packed A319 leave with 126 passengers!

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    4. I think if they keep offering lower fares than competitors they will be ok.

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  8. Iako si u pravu nazvati aerodrom Ace Veliki major national airport je smesno. Obicno im je Ryan glavna konkurencija.

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  9. Germania Flug will start flights from Zurich to Skopje 5x a week this summer.

    http://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/34542-germania-flug-to-start-balkan-flights-on-behalf-of-air-prishtina

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  10. Well i doubt wizz will maintain this growth when macedonia etablishes a national carrier...

    Nevertheless a macedonian airliner in the skies flying to european top destinations is necessary for further develop of the airport...

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  11. Wizz will handle 700.000+ this year from SKP without a problem

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  12. Let's assume that there are daily flights whole year for every carrier. So numbers goes like this:
    Wizz: 1527 daily passengers
    Turkish:373 daily passengers
    Austrian: 270 daily passengers
    Air Serbia: 164 daily passengers
    Pegasus: 157 daily passengers
    Adria: 128 daily
    Croatian and Edelweiss: 125 both
    Helvetic: 73
    Flydubai: 64

    Or by destination: Istanbul (520), Vienna (270), Zurich (265), Basel (190), Malmo (187), London (182), Belgrade (165), Dortmund (132), Ljubljana (128), Zagreb (125), Munich (124), Gothenburg (115) and all others (907).

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    1. So both OU and JP have around 55 passengers per flight? Ok, that's not that bad, especially since both of them send their regional planes to Skopje.

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  13. JU's numbers in SKP are that good because they don't fly to PRN.

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    1. That is a good point!

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    2. How is that related?

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    3. It's related because a great deal of JU's passengers to SKP are actually heading to PRN.

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    4. JU's numbers in SKP are not that good because they don't fly to USA and Canada yet.

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  14. Wizz se ponekad zaebava sa svojim putnicima kao u subotu na Ajdhovenskom aerodromu. Cekalo se vise od 3 sata na poletanje u avionu. Niko nije pravio skandal kao Montenigeri u Podgorici.


    Adrija tone a ne da pravi profit.

    Adria Airways (JP, Ljubljana) chairman of the airline's aupervisory board Tone Pekolj has told Slovenia's Finance journal earlier this month that his board was not satisfied with the work done by the airline's management during the years 2013 and 2014 and also expressed reservations about this year's business plan.

    "If you have to go on like this, it would be better to close immediately," he said.

    In a bid to expand its revenue base, CEO Mark Anžur announced that this year, his airline will expand into Europe with bases in Munich, Lodz (Poland), Pristina, and Tirana (Albania).

    With its burgeoning debt overhang, Ljubljana has again slated Adria for privatization with the Slovenian Sovereign Holding (Slovenski Državni Holding - SDH), the Bank Asset Management Company (Družba za Upravljanje Terjatev Bank - DUTB), and the PDP restructuring firm (Posebna Družba za Podjetniško) to jointly dispose of their combined 91.58% stake in the national carrier.

    During a visit to Qatar last week, Slovenian State Secretary at the Ministry of Economic Development and Technology, Ales Cantarutti, pitched a stake in the carrier to the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, hoping to replicate the success Serbia has seen with Etihad Airways' involvement in Air Serbia (JU, Belgrade).

    “They could at least seriously think about this (proposal)… Mergers and partnerships are necessary in the airline business,” Cantarutti told the Gulf News. “I don’t see why Qatar Airways (QR, Doha Hamad Int'l) would not do the same [as Etihad]. We want Qatar Airways to put investments according to European Union legislation. There are some limitations as to ownership."

    The last attempt at offloading a 75% in the carrier failed in 2012.

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    1. Хахаха Монтенигерси су дивљали у Београду.

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  15. OT: Antonov An-124 Ruslan u BEG, 28.01

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    1. Da li se zna u koliko sati slece?

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    2. Sigurno dolazi zbog oruzija ponovo. :)
      INN-NS

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    3. Hvala za info ;)

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  16. Vueling pojačava liniju Barcelona - Zagreb na 4 leta tjedno. Ove sezone ukupno 7 letova tjedno za Barcelonu od toga 3 leta Croatia Airlinesa i 4 Vueling. Iberia će iz Madrida nedjeljom umjesto A320 dolaziti sa A321

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  17. JU should start with their night flights to SKP on June 15 but that was the same as with Athens which was then moved to the beginning of the summer season.

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  18. Ja ne mislim da je Wizz presudan na smanjenje OS, JP i OU. Nije to isto tržište niti su to isti putnici. OK, nešto P2P putnika za Njemačku, Švicarsku i London se tu gubi, ali ne toliko da bi brojke bile ovako loše.

    Ja mislim da je tu glavni razlog Air Serbia. Air Serbia je prešišala i Adriu i Croatiu, a bila je iza njih 2013. godine. Air Serbia si je privukla oko 16.000 dodatnih putnika, a Austrian, Croatia i Adria su zajedno izgubili oko 15.000 putnika. Naravno i Wizz je nešto pridoni, pa i Edelweiss, ali ne toliko koliko Air Serbia. Ali glavno da je CEO Croatie rekao kako Air Serbia neće naškoditi Croatiji. 1.500 putniika (što je oko 1% svih putnika) i to samo na jednoj liniji. A što je sa SJJ, SPU, DBV, sada i ZAG...

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    1. Cudno da nitko ne reagira, kao da su odustali. A mozda i jesu.

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    2. Ono sto mene zanima je to ako je ovo slucaj, ne samo u SKP, vec i u drugim aerodromima.
      Siguran sam da su ostali desetkovani u Podgorici .

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    3. Štrajkači sa slike od pre dva dana se ne slažu sa Purgerom. Po slici oni misle da je problem u CA sa poniznima a ne sposobnima, o politici u firmi, o korupciji i punjenju džepova.

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    4. Pa i u pravu su. Croatia je imala 15 godina vremena i daleko vecu sansu da postane regionalni lider i napravi hub u Zagrebu. Ali su direktori pljackali i unistavali firmu. Nije kriva Air Serbia sto je sebi privukla putnike naravno ali to jest glavni razlog smanjenja broja putnika kod Jp, OS i UO.

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    5. I think it would have been better for Croatia Airlines to be part of Oneworld because after Malev sunk, there is no carrier in the Balkans for Oneworld, so Croatia Airlines would have been the only gateway to the Balkans for Oneworld rather than competing with so many members in their own alliance (Austrian, Lufthansa, Swiss, Adria, Turkish, Aegean, LOT) in the region.

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    6. Absolutly I point that out several times in public.

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    7. Purger you actually specifically mentioned Oneworld for Croatia Airlines?

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    8. Yes. For first time in 2008, then on presentation for President of Republic of Croatia in 2010, then in presentation of Minister of transportation and at the end at presentation for Croatia Airlines CEO. In 4 pages (out of 120) in Elaborate for development of Croatia Airlines I wrote that. That material was sent to all those mentioned up and lot of others.

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    9. Nope. He didn't. Great memory Aleksandar Stojanovic.

      +1

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    10. Anon 1:58: ???

      Purger, I guess we think alike. I was just thinking because Oneworld doesn't have access to almost any destination in South East Europe, Croatia Airlines would be better off because all those who have milage programs for those airlines would automatically choose Croatia Airlines rather than the current situation where most airports in South East Europe have multiple Star Alliance members.

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  19. Jedva cekam rezultate ostalih EX YU Aerodroma .
    Jos jedan dokaz da je ASL najjaca Aviokompanija u EX YU.
    INN-NS

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    1. Олади, нико није тврдио другачије.

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    2. Bas mi je drago da te to ispunjava. Super. Brzo ce sve propast i asl ce totalno zavladati. Strpi se, sinko. :-)

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    3. Does anybody know why ASL cancelled so many flights in coming days. In February they cancelled around 70 flights (6%), very few routes were not affected. Commercial reasons, shortage of fleet due to regular maintaining reasons, or something else ?

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    4. The worse hit was Podgorica, it's because of uncompetitive pricing and low load-factor.

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    5. I meant that the loadfactor is abysmal for most routes, not Podgorica. TGD is good.

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    6. ^ True! Finally somebody speaks out about how bad the load factor on JU flights is now! I traveled to AMS 10 days ago and the load was around 40% maybe even less since I had the whole row for myself

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    7. Molim vas da ne sirite neistinu ;)
      INN:NS

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    8. This time of year many major EU legacies also experience low load factors. If you travel frequently you will sometimes fly in a less than 50% LF plane even with LH/AF/KL. No biggie, things will pick up in March.

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    9. AnonymousJanuary 26, 2015 at 6:38 PM
      Molim vas da ne sirite neistinu ;)
      INN:NS

      Не сери и не смарај више народ овде. Човек је лепо написао кој проценат летова је укинут током фебруара. Исто тако, попуњеност је катастрофална, посебно ујутру и увече.

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    10. Ja nista nisam rekao za smanjenje kapaciteta ali LF je odlican .
      Ja najvise volim vas bivse radnike JATA i vas sto mrzite ASL ;)
      INN-NS

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    11. INN-NS, dakle, po tebi je LF odličan na svim letovima Air Serbije? Jesi li ti normalan?

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    12. Да, да попуњеност је фантастична као и тачност информација које си делио овде са нама.
      Боље иди научи правопис српског језика пре него што поново кренеш да лајеш.

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    13. Nije odlican bas na svim linijama
      A330 je trebao doci kad sam ja rekao pitajte sve i jednog radnika ASL slobodno
      Videcemo ko je bio upravu na kraju ponovo kad objave rezultate.
      INN-NS

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    14. Твоје информације су површне а предвиђања смешна.
      Боље престани да се бламираш.

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    15. Moje informacije nisu povrsne pitajte slobodno nekoga iz JU.
      A videcemo ko je upravu kad se objave rezultati ;)
      INN-NS

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    16. ^ INN-NS how many times till now have you been on ASL plane? I know for a fact that WAW, TLV, nowadays BEY ( even thought during summer it had 90%+ loads), and BUD are doing badly. I heard Istanbul flights have improved dramatically load wise, is that true?

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    17. Ja nikada nisam leteo avionom nego idem mini busom ali cu ici u martu cim ASL pocne da leti za INN ;) to je proverena informacija.
      INN-NS

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    18. @ INN

      kad ces da prekines sa trolovanjem i sirenje dezinformacije? obecao si da se neces komentarisati mesec dana ako ti je informacija sto se A330 tice netacna. Dakle...

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    19. Vi mene mislite da provocirate tak osto cete pisati u moje ime ne uspeva ja se onda bas dobro smejem ;)
      I leteo sam 7 puta do sada sa JU
      Od kad je sa SAW prebaceno na IST je mnogo bolje to je istina
      INN-NS

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    20. JATBEGMEL
      Nebi zeleo sa vama raspravu a i vi ste takodje rekli da ce doci EK.
      Ja sam rekao ako neko kupi CTN da necu komentarisati meces dana
      INN-NS

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    21. where I can find info about these cancelations?

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    22. The airline has not published anything officially so they will let you know if you are one of the affected passengers.

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    23. Ja sam rekao ako neko kupi CTN da necu komentarisati meces dana

      Daj da skupimo novce na kickstarteru i kupimo Kroaciju samo da bi INN-NS šutio mjesec dana! Koliko nam eura treba za to?

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    24. Airlines sometimes find it cheaper to merge two or more half empty flights into one esp in low season, Air Serbia is probably doing the same here. SOP.

      For example, Air Canada runs shuttle between Toronto and Montreal with as little as 30 minute spacing, using mostly Embraers and A319. But from time to time they would fuse couple of close flights and send A321, and even monster 777-300ER as a replacement equipment for one hour of flight time!

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  20. I am looking at some pictures of SKP and I wanted to ask, does the airport have any remote stands by the new terminal? Or do they use the stands at the old terminal?

    What happened to the old terminal building?

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    1. From what I know, the old terminal building is not in use at this moment, at least not for passengers.
      I saw that some cargo planes are using the old building tarmac, so that might be some kind of terminal for cargo only?
      By the new terminal I think there is at least one remote stand.

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    2. On this pic:
      http://skp.airports.com.mk/StyleClientPages/EN/facilities_AirportMap-PopUp.htm
      the VIP building is actually the old terminal. While the new passenger terminal and cargo were built few years ago. Is it really used and how often as a VIP I wouldn't know.
      And it's a good question about the remotes. I don't think it's needed due to 6 air bridges.

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    3. For airplanes that aren't suitable for the use of air bridges, the same stands on the apron area of the new terminal are used for that, without the use of air bridges, and then the passengers head to the gates on the ground floor of the terminal building.

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    4. Great! Thank you for your replies. :)

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  21. Air Serbia's HR team is absolutely the worst department in the company. A friend of mine applied for a position that did not require Serbian citizenship, so many foreigners applied (I know 4 of them).
    He just received an e-mail from them.... in Serbian.

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    1. Citizenship and knowledge of Serbian language are not the same thing. You can be the citizen of Montenegro (or USA) and communicate in Serbian language.

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    2. HR is a scam in every company. The only real purpose is to protect the company from lawsuits, but the most common task of everyone in HR is to make themselves look busy when observed.

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    3. They did not specify anything regarding the language.

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    4. Um if someone applied to work at American Airlines, would you be surprised if they wrote to you in English? If you applied to Lufthansa, would you go around complaining if they wrote to you in German?

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    5. Air Serbia's applications are only in English so I don't get your point Aleksandar.

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    6. And by the way, LH has applications which are only in German for German-speaking applicants.
      Positions that are open to non-Germans are in English.

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    7. Pa jel Hrvati ne razumeju Srpski ?
      INN-NS

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    8. LH call center for Slovenia is in Prague and the staff is with Serbian and Croatian language, with a lot of interference from Czech. No big deal. If you are tolerant and the main purpose is to communicate, than it is fine. If you want to show your language attitude from the prestige/dominant point of view than you have a problem.

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    9. Nemojte zaboraviti da ja imam samo 17 godina.
      INN NS

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    10. То ти не иде у корист, поготову када кренеш да паметујеш.

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    11. Ko priznaje - pola mu se prasta.
      Bice on dobar direktor er-Srbije jednog dana....

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  22. Go go go Macedonia hahahaha

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  23. Imam jedno pitanje, mozda mu nije mesto ovde, ali sta cu :) Jel to Lufthansa ukinula nekim danima jutarnji let iz Beograda za Frankfurt ili se meni cini ?

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    1. Baš da vidimo hoće li Miša Brkić odmah da napiše kako Air Serbia isteruje Lufthanzu iz Srbije

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  24. Asl-novi avioni 2015-koliko ukupno?

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    1. 0? - Pa ne kaze dzabe stara latinska izreka "Svi putevi vode u Rim"

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