Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Wizz Air sees strong growth in Serbia and Bosnia


Low cost carrier Wizz Air handled almost 870.000 travellers on its flights to and from Serbia and Bosnia in 2016, registering double digit passenger growth in both markets on the year before. From Belgrade and Niš, the airline carried 545.000 passengers, up from 456.789 in 2015, or an increase of 19.3%. The growth came as a result of a stronger performance at its base in Belgrade (+3.2% in the first three quarters), as well as the launch of new flights from Niš to Eindhoven, Memmingen and Dortmund. The no frills airline is expected to register an even better result in Belgrade this year with the stationing of a second jet in the city from mid-May, which will result in the introduction of flights to Friedrichshafen, Nuremberg, Hannover and Malta. All will operate on a year-round basis. In addition, it will boost frequencies on services to Dortmund, Eindhoven, Gothenburg, Memmingen and Stockholm Skavsta by adding an extra weekly flight. As a result, Wizz will offer 642.000 seats from the Serbian capital in 2017.

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, Wizz Air handled 324.000 passengers on its aircraft to and from Tuzla. The figure represents growth of 20.6% on the year before. During 2016 the carrier introduced new flights from Tuzla to London Luton, Berlin and Billund, but discontinued services to Stockholm Skavsta. Wizz will base a second Airbus A320 in Bosnia and Herzegovina's third largest city in March and launch flights to Bratislava, Cologne, Friedrichshafen, Nuremberg and Vaxjo. The new routes represent a 96 million dollar investment on Wizz Air's behalf into Tuzla and the creation of a further 36 local jobs. Meanwhile, the new aircraft will allow the airline to increase the number of weekly flights on existing routes from Tuzla to Eindhoven, Gothenburg, Malmo and Frankfurt Hahn. Wizz will further expand in Bosnia this year with the introduction of a new two weekly service between Budapest and Sarajevo, while talks with Mostar Airport over possible flights are set to resume in the near future.

Overall, Wizz Air carried 23 million passengers in 2016 across its network, representing a 19% passenger growth year over year. The airline will add at least thirteen new routes and offer over two million seats for sale out of the former Yugoslavia this summer season. Apart from its expansion in Serbia and Bosnia, the no frills carrier has announced plans to launch services from Budapest to Pristina, Skopje and Podgorica, as well as from Basel to Osijek. There are also reports the airline may base a fourth aircraft in the Macedonian capital, however, neither Wizz Air nor the airport have confirmed such plans yet.

122 comments:

  1. I wonder what is their busiest route out of BEG in 2016

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    1. Some years ago it was MMX. If I remember correctly they used to operate it 5 times per week.

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    2. Dortmund is the most popular route out of Tuzla as far as I'm aware. Not sure about BEG.

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  2. With so many aircraft on order Wizz will have to keep expanding, ex-Yu market included, My guess is Pristina will probably be next city they will focus on.

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    1. If they expand in Pristina, wouldn't that impact their Skopje ops.?

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    2. Well they are expanding in Niš while it's affecting their Sofia and to lesser extent, Skopje ops.

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    3. SKP and PRN serve the same market. INI opens new opportunities north, east and west of the city currently only served by BEG.

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    4. PRN and SKP most definitely do not serve the same market. However, there is some overlap. Wizz Air entering the PRN market would have a negligible impact on SKP in terms of loss of passengers, but in terms of PRN market it would bring in a whole new 'group' of travellers that would otherwise either travel by car, buses or not travel at all. PRN mgmt is very mindful of its long term customers that have helped it grow this big and doesn't want to treat them unfairly by granting special privileges to W6 and then become heavily reliant on them for its future growth. This strategy makes sense. All airlines are welcome, and costs can be waived for services that an airline doesn't wish to enjoy, however no like for like advantages or privileges should take place.

      Hope W6 join the party and benefits of growth are shared by both parties.

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    5. I firmly believe that Pirot is closer to Sofia than to Belgrade and that Vranje is closer to Skopje than to Belgrade. So no, PRN and SKP do not serve the same market. And INI is not restricted only to north east and west.

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    6. You forget the existence of the border. Plus, public transportation functions way better inside countries than between them.
      And you are not right. Pirot is closer to Nis than to Sofia. 10 km. I have just checked it on Google maps.
      Vranje 20 km futher away, but if you include the border, it is the same in dead season and Nis is incomparably more reachable in high season.

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    7. There is also the psychological factor. For these two INI would make sense because it's in Serbia.

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  3. I was expecting for numbers in BEG to grow a bit more with the introduction of Baden Baden. But overall good results. There will be big growth in both BEG and TZL this year.

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  4. The only market in the region that is missing from their route map is ZAG! They could launch Luton, Dortmund, Baden Baden, Memmingen and Beauvais.

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    1. easy tried and failed on the Dortmund line. I'm not sure whether London would work either with three airlines operating flights between London and Zagreb starting this summer. Beauvais would probably work.

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    2. There is no way they would come to ZAG with these fees... which only seem to go up and up. I think there are more chances of them expanding in LJU.

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    3. True, especially with fees going up again in a few months. Their presence in LJU is interesting. They haven't expanded there in years and seem to be happy with only two routes.

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    4. How expensive is LJU? I am sure fees are ok since Wizz Air flies there.
      My guess is that they didn't have enough aircraft to expand in LJU, same with BEG.
      They added LCA in summer 2014 and it took them two years before adding Baden. They were expanding all over the place and they probably needed the aircraft elsewhere.

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    5. Just compared the price lists and LJU is not that expensive to my surprise. Passenger tax is just 10 euros which is cheaper than most airports. In Zagreb it is 15.

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    6. I think the real issue is with charges airlines have to pay, like handling and landing fees and so on.
      Then again, Fraport is determined to bring more airlines to FRA, so maybe they would be willing to do the same in LJU.

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    7. 3 airlines flew from DTM to ZAG: Germanwings, Wizzair and EasyJet. Nobody had success, so why DTM again?!

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    8. For sure, Fraport has changed its strategy...look what is happening in Varna, wizz basing a plane and easyjet starting in the summer

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  5. I'm glad Wizz Air is taking BEG more seriously this year. Goes to show tha their hissy fit from a few years ago was for nothing. Will be interesting to see how Air Serbia deals with the extra competition especially on direct competing routes like Malta.

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    1. My prediction? Wizz Air will become the new national wings of Serbia. JU will not survive when EY sever ties. JUs hey day was in the 80s and today is merely living on a wing and a pray.

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    2. My prediction is that there will be less and less trolls like you on the forum, as you run out of lies to cling onto, one of those being EY severing ties.

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    3. New national wings of Serbia?? They're not that in Hungary, why would they become that in Serbia? And JU will definitely survive. OU will survive and they are in a worse position than Air Serbia. Say what you will, but they are at least showing ambition and some semblance of a strategy.

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    4. Hilarious - not a troll more a well informed educated opinion/comment based on commercial fact, analytics and insight. Dreaming and hoping is also a lovely character trait that a lot of people have

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  6. Good results. Congratulations Wizz Air. They have done wonders for Tuzla. Just 3 years ago there was no traffic there and no prospects for the future.

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    1. While I agree with you that it's great for the general public and tourism as well, you have to wonder how great it is for the airport and whether they make any money out of it. They need to attract another airlines and hopefully not under the same terms as Wizz.

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    2. Why do you wonder my friend, that's the "underdeveloped countries" styla. Authorities use public money to subsidize travel expenses of passengers, announce this stupidity with pride and flatter themselves on their cleverness. Unfortunately the truth always has a way of coming out, eventually.

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  7. Great results! Well done Wizzair. Hopefylly will see base in Nis this year and additional service to for exmaple: Paris, Stockholm maybe even Barcelona, considering there is no year long service from BEG, so a lot of people would use it, I presume.

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    1. Don't see INI-BCN happening any time soon. It will cannibalize their SKP-BCN route. I think there are other destinations with greater priority for them.

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    2. Vuelings BEG-BCN operations are already being stable with 4pw. It has been like that for several years now. Plus they usually start off with 3pw, add another one in Jun/July. That's not too much. I don't see Niš being able to get their own BCN flights. Neither I see a need for that. Niš should rely heavily on their gastarbeiter routes like they are doing now. They are still "fresh" as an airport. Trying to have good yields and LF.

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    3. From what I've seen Vueling will be two weekly this summer.

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    4. Even worse. I have friends that are tour operators. BCN goes in waves because not many people have money to afford Barcelona. Once they all visit Barca, we have to wait until a new wave of tourist emerges from population or that these wealthier tourists decide to go again.

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  8. Im wondering how this LCC is working. Whomthe heck is flying fm FDH to TUZ? They must haveba certain yield to make the flight profitable. Are that many Bosnians living near by. FDH? And if Bosnians drive fm ZRH to FDH it costs them fuel, time and kms on the car too
    Quite surprised that BTS Memmingen FDH are working to places like Tuzla
    BTS is of course VIE, but u need an hour driving to BTS

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    1. Usually there are buses that take you from Vienna to BTS. It's less than an hour when there is no traffic. Plus VIE is notoriously expensive.

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    2. FDH catches the whole region from Munich to Zurich. There are a lot of Bosnians, Serbs... Really a lot. It is cheaper to drive to FDH than to driv to airport Zurich or Munich (parking, train etc.)

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    3. JU520 BEGLAX, a while ago u were explaining the decline of LJU by trying to convinc us what a great infrastructure Slovenians have and how they are so centrally located in Europe that everything is so close to them so that when they have their business meetings in Zurich or Munich or Frankfurt, they prefer to drive (btw, ofall these cities can not be reached by car for less than 6hrs from Slovenia)... and now you're wondering the less than 1 hrs drive from VIE to BTS...

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  9. They probably handled around 2 million PAX from Ex-Yu in 2016. I assume there were around a million passengers from Macedonia 870,000 from SRB and BIH and the rest would come from Podgorica, Ljubljana and the seasonal flights to Croatia.

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  10. In 2017 Wizz Air will offer impressive 620.000 seats from Tuzla! CLF on their Tuzla flights is always over 85%, Tuzla will see 500.000 PAX in 2017. Wizz will expand in Sarajevo with flights to CPH and ARN. Flights from Mostar should start this year too, most likely to HHN,FMM and GOT

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    1. That sounds great. Do you know when the Sarajevo flights will start?

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    2. Are they actually launching CPH and ARN or will it be MMX and NYO?

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    3. Pie in the sky...

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    4. Where did you get the info om CPH and ARN starting from Sarajevo with wizz?

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  11. Great news for Serbia, ban news for Air Serbia.

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  12. There is room for a third aircraft in BEG for them. Routes that are still missing:

    BEG-PRG
    BEG-BCN
    BEG-SXF
    BEG-CRL

    I am sure that BEG-NUE will be an absolute success.

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    1. Did not realize Wizz flies to Prague. Just checked. BEG-PRG could be really successful for them. It's been doing amazingly well for JU.

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    2. JU is running 10 weekly even in winter which is something unusual for them. Usually they butcher they timetable with the first days of winter.
      There are also dozens of buses running between the two cities so the market is there.

      Also, imagine JU competing with W6... a two hour ride on the Atr vs 55 minutes on the A320.

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    3. I agree. Route would work for Wizz and probably destroy Air Serbia on the route.

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    4. They would have to switch to an A319 to remain competitive but I don't know where they would find it.

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    5. Sure W6 flying to Prague would impact Air Serbia's flights. But the majority of passengers from Prague are trnasfrs to Moscow, Abu Dhabi and Athens.

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    6. JU is pretty successful in PRG flights all year round.

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    7. You must be kidding..Who the hell flies from PRG to MOW via BEG?
      Why going southeast and the back before continuing east!! Ist there such a price advantage? About ATH and Abu Dhabi I don't wonder.

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    8. JU's PRG flights work so well because of transfers and business P2P travel. W6 would only steal one part of tourists and that's it. I say one part because in my case, I like to take extended weekends (Thu/Fri-Sun) when I visit European cities, and Wizz almost never suits my schedule from BEG. I'm sure I'm not alone.

      Therefore, whether the route is flown by ATR or A319 is the least concern.

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    9. @10.29. Because of price. The number 1 final destination for transfers from PRG.

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    10. Not many people in Serbia can afford weekend trips by plane so for them price is the primary concern. Hence why Wizz Air is so popular.

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    11. For a good price, people would fly BEG-MLA via VIE (my case)

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    12. Destinations that would make Wizz Air a real airline out of BEG and not some Jat's network copy-cat with hissy fits here and there, are pretty much all outside the EU.

      Those are:

      - Eilat
      - Kutaisi
      - Kiev
      - Moscow
      - Madrid
      - Catania

      This way years after its launch Wizz Air is nothing else than a gasterbeiter bus operator, a pretty cynical one if you ask me.

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    13. "gasterbeiter bus operator"
      This is very true when it comes to flights from both BEG and INI. Other than London Luton and Paris flights, all other flights are to secondary cities in Germany or Sweden that have large concentrations of Serbian diaspora.

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    14. Reply to AэrologicJanuary 10, 2017 at 8:23 PM

      Only Madrid and Catania could be operated by Wizzair as they have an European AOC (Hungary). They only fly to european countries from BEG using they AOC so that they can't fly to non-European airports. It is exactely the same case with all other airports they fly from in ex-Yu except SPU, OSI and LJU as they are in Europe. That's why they will fly from OSI to BSL and not MLH. It is the same airport but MLH is in France - EUROPE (flights from BEG, TZL, SKP, INI are operated to that place) and BSL is on the Swiss part (non-EU). They fly there from OSI, WAW per exemple because there is less taxes on the Swiss part of the airport.

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  13. Congratularions Belgrade, Tuzla and Niš. It is still surreal that there are flights from INI and TZL.

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  14. They still have a whole lot of room to expand in ex-Yu. Tivat, Pristina, more cities on the Croatian coast and even Maribor.

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  15. Some more info on the process of BEG concession:

    http://www.novosti.rs/vesti/naslovna/ekonomija/aktuelno.239.html:643824-Privatizacija-Tesle-u-dve-faze

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  16. Can please someone explain this.

    "The new routes represent a 96 million dollar investment on Wizz Air's behalf into Tuzla and the creation of a further 36 local jobs."

    That is lot of money, but I don't exactly understand which kind of investment is that.
    It is obviously not in personnel, since they say that they will hire 36 people on top of that.
    How is exactly Wizz Air investing into Tuzla? I think you all agree that 96 millions euros is a lot of money for Tuzla.

    Is this ammount counted in foreign investments in Bosnia and Herzegovina this year?

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    1. That's Wizz Air's cost of operating there.

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    2. Cost of plane they will base there + operations.

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    3. Thanks guys!
      If I understand right, than this is not actually a proper investment in Tuzla. The investment would be if they would found Wizz Air Bosnia with the head office in Tuzla and say two planes, pay all taxes there.

      What they do is not really a proper foreign investment. If they count the planes as investment, then Tuzla is receiving tens of millions of euros of investments several times a day, each time when an airplane lands down. Tuzla may end with multi-billion foreign investments, more than the rest of Bosnia in the last 10 years and the biggest in SEE, without noticing anything. :D

      I must admit I find this kind of PR speak very irritating and dishonest.

      Please, stop talking like you are doing a selfless favor to Tuzla. Guess what! Tuzla is giving you more in return, passengers and incomes with fat profit, so you should be more thankful to Bosnians and Tuzla than other way round.

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    4. See, you already managed to make a false assumption in the second paragraph, which is why it's best to be careful making statements like the above. The amount is per year, and is tied to a commitment, therefore it qualifies as an investment.

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    5. I was trying to make a joke by following dishonest and misleading logic of Wizz marketing deparment. If any of that would be true, even 10% , Tuzla would enter into a period of prosperity unseen since the best years of SFRY.

      It does not qualify as an investment.
      That is why it is not going to register in the Bosnia and Herzegovina official economic statistics as such.

      The most shameless part is that they are party founded by BiH taxpayers. Instead of being extremely grateful for this selfless act by Tuzla, Wizz PR guys are misrepresenting the model as an ultimate sacrifice.

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    6. Whatever it is you're trying to do hasn't been met with much success. It's hard to find even one sentence from the 4:05 post that is properly argued. Just blind rage pointed to the nearest available target.

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    7. Anon@ 12:51 & 4:05PM - completely right.
      +1

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    8. Wizz is investing in Wizz, not in Tuzla...

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  17. From ex-Yu Wizz caters almost exclussively for gasterbaiters. So any future expansion will be in that direction.

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  18. They will not expand in Pristina so the would jeoppardize their Skopje operations - Pristina is a subsidized route by hungarian government - if not for that, they wouldn't have started serving the city. It is quite possible they will announce next base in Nis, if they do that, the expansion will be even greater. I don't believe they will launch either BCN or PRG from BEG. And BEG-CRL was there once but was discontinued when they cut fleet from 2 aircraft to one some years ago.

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  19. Would be interesting to see what would happen with Wizz if Ryanair started fling from BEG.

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    1. BEG would grow 40% a month.

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    2. Just look at SOF and you will see...

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    3. December growth in Sofia was 49% !

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  20. So, this year Wizz Air will add some 120.000 passengers to their BEG base. In that way they will surpass 2013, their busiest year in Belgrade so far.

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    1. Do you know perhaps how many passangers they had in 2013?

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    2. In 2013 Wizz had seen around 460.000 in Belgrade base.

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  21. OT

    FlyDubai is about to land in Zagreb.... What the go here? I thought they stopped a Zagreb a while ago.

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    1. "The carrier will maintain flights only during the holiday season between December 27 and January 15, 2017, when its last service is scheduled to take place".
      http://www.exyuaviation.com/2016/09/flydubai-to-end-zagreb-operations.html

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  22. Can't wait to see Wizz's results in Macedonia. Did they manage to get over a million?

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    1. Would not be surprised. If Skopje handled around 1.7 million this year it is very possible.

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  23. Belgrade Airport should slightly increase charges when Terminal 1 and A gates renovation is complete. It should also change discount levels for airlines to start at one million passengers per year (min discount), two million (medium discounts) and three million (max discount). That would push away Ryan and Wizz, and will be great incentive for Air Serbia to grow to 3 million passenger airline.

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    1. Passengers won't benefit from lowcost being chased away.

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    2. Passengers will benefit from Air Serbia lowering fares, offering new destinations and growing beyond 3M pax. LCC profit would not benefit though.

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    3. There are limits to where JU could reduce fares. Remember that Serbia is relatively poor country and for some people LCC is the only way to travel via air.

      Increasing charges would help Air Serbia grow a little, but BEG would be at a loss in the end.

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    4. Before W6 launched LCA, JU fare was around €370. LCC presence has its benefits too.

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    5. Unlike Wizz and other LCC's, Air Serbia flies to primary airports, whose fees are significantly higher than secondary airports in odd locations. Air Serbia is therefore unable to lower their fares to LCC levels while ever they continue to fly to primary airports

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    6. It does not matter if Serbia is rich or poor, customers are mostly gastarbeiters from EU with enough disposable income for an airline ticket.

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    7. @AnonymousJanuary 10, 2017 at 1:07 PM

      "Passengers won't benefit from lowcost being chased away."

      Somehow your empathy for Zagreb passengers (totally not benefiting due to Wizz not serving ZAG) is absent. Go help ZAG passengers by placing couple of W6 planes there before talking about BEG.

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    8. Huh? I never said ZAG didn't need lccs. What are you going on about? Also who said I am a Croat?

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  24. Discount level at Belgrade starts already at one million passengers per year (or one half a million departing passengers as it is quoted).

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  25. Ot: http://www.jutarnji.hr/vijesti/hrvatska/gradi-se-drugi-najveci-medunarodni-aerodrom-u-hrvatskoj-strani-investitori-odabrali-lokaciju/5487275/

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    1. Yes, exyu needs another Sarajevo, when nobody can land when it's foggy.

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    2. Interesting but I doubt it will happen.

      My dad used to tell me that they would talk about building a large airport in the in the Imotski area years ago (around the 70's) to service Herzegovina, Split and Dubrovnik. This is not far from there so it will be interesting to find out if this is the same place they considered before.

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  26. Congrats Serbia, Bosnia and Wizz ��

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  27. Air Serbia is unfair competition on Belgrade airport, otherwise the results would be even better. Wizzair have good results in Macedonian airports, not just SK but also Ohrid

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    1. How is ASL unfair competition on BEG its been a whole damn year without subsidies and you cant just stay quiet.

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    2. The very existence of Air Serbia is an unfair competition.
      Wizz already saw itself in the position it enjoys presently in Skopje and in Budapest, bringing Jat Airways to the place where Bulgaria Air is now or destroying it completely.
      They planned to use their subsequent practical monopoly as a blackmail to bring airport taxes and to receive additional privileges, maybe even direct subsidies, like the ones given to them by Hungary or Macedonia.
      Alas, then came Air Serbia...
      So unfair... All that money that should have gone to Wizz shareholders, now finishes in Serbian economy.
      Evil, just evil!

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    3. ... now finishes in EY pockets as management and leasing fees.

      Fixed!

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    4. Wizz planes are not free and their management are not volunteers.

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    5. Anon at 4.31pm - nice try, but, the truth is much further from your wishes...

      Air Serbia leases ALL of it's airbuses and 3 ATR's, ALL of which belong to leasing companies, NOT Etihad. So money goes to them, again, NOT Etihad.

      They only have 3 Etihad managers, while the remaining 2600 people are all Serbian citizens working and paying local taxes and spending money in Serbia - contributing significantly to the Serbian economy and budget.

      Furthermore, the company purchases a significant amount of requirements frm local Serbian businesses and suppliers - again contributing to the local economy through its spend and the taxes that these businesses pay.

      Lastly, it pays its way at BEG airport - and having 50% of the traffic, contributes significantly to its success as a business - a business which makes a significant contribution to the Serbian bgt.

      Don't have such a myopic view of things - unless you only have one eye - which your comment suggests that you have.

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    6. 2,600 employees and 21 aircraft in fleet....

      That is: 200 more employees than in Bruseels airlines with almost 50 aircrafts in fleet

      That is also: 800 more than in Tarom with the same number of aircrafts in the fleet

      And also 1,700 more than in AirBaltic with 26 aircrafts in the fleet

      Does this need a comment ?

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    7. Yes but Air Serbia's number includes those working in Air Serbia subsidiaries - catering, maintenance and ground handling. As far as I am aware most other companies have outsourced this.

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    8. Or the above figure in JU includes artificial inteligence inside live human beings widely known as rulling party bots ?

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    9. Yes but most of those companies have maintenance, which JU does not have, and lot of services and departments for JU are in Abu Dhabi, so JU is paying that to Etihad on top of huge number of employees.

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    10. Well said Anonymous (January 10, 2017 at 4:13 PM), these lurkers aren't fooling anyone...

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  28. OT: Looking great!

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/27485294@N05/32173420056/in/photostream/

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    1. Svakako bi bilo odlicno za Aerodrome te da privuku sto vise LCC kao i INI ali bi bilo odlicno da jos dobiju letove U2 sto bi bilo odlicno.
      INN-NS

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  30. OT: Wizz starts Basel-Osijek route! Congrats, Osijek! Another excellent year for Croatian airports!

    http://www.tportal.hr/vijesti/hrvatska/459562/WizzAir-od-svibnja-leti-iz-Osijeka-za-Basel.html

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    1. This was published a while back and is even mentioned in today's article.
      http://www.exyuaviation.com/2016/12/wizz-air-to-launch-osijek-service.html

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  31. OT
    Za admina, nema sa desne strane 2 condor-ove linije za Split i Dubrovnik iz Frankfura

    http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/270791/condor-updates-s17-leased-aircraft-operation-as-of-09jan17/

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    1. nema ni Tuzla-Nuremberg, a gore u tekstu pise da je nova linija beginning March, 2017.

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