Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Belgrade Airport records busiest February

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Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport handled 282.503 passengers in February, representing an increase of 6.1% compared to the same month last year, which featured an additional day. During the first two months of 2017, the airport welcomed 612.217 travellers through its doors, up 9.9%. The airport's on-time performance stood at 90% during February, with just 1.9% of all flights recording excessive delays. The average time of delay was six minutes.

MonthPAXChange (%)
JAN329.843 13.5
FEB282.503 6.1

22 comments:

  1. So next month we come really close to 1.000.000 passengers. Does anyone know when we passed it last year?

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    1. Last year it was during April.

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    2. Then let's hope we see a good March and break the previous record. :)

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  2. This airport will collaps soon. This is just a dead-man's last breathing.

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    1. It's more likely that you will collapse from so much hate and bitterness.

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    2. why would it collapse? flew on 26th Feb in peak wave hours 12-14h and there was no sign of collapse whatsoever!

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    3. Flew to AMS mid February during morning rush-hour peak. Everything went smoothly so not sure what you're referring to.

      On another note, a friend in Tel Aviv told me that El Al is seriously considering BEG scheduled flights. Anyone know more?

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    4. I was just being sarcastic ...

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    5. Be careful, next you will be submitted to the full wrath of posters here!

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  3. If only there was another LCC terminal...

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  4. S obzirom da je februar prosle godine imao jedan dan vise, ovo je i vise nego super.

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  5. To je zato sto ove godine februar ima 28 dana :)
    The only reason for growth is that February had 28 days :)

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    1. That's one day less than last year....

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    2. If there was an extra day then we would be at around 292.000 :)

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  6. Don't know how Nikola Tesla Airport has recorded such a growth as Air Serbia was on the decline in February.

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    1. JU recorded a passenger growth despite reducing the schedule.

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    2. Unfortunately no, according to statistics Air Serbia has recorded small passengers decline.

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  7. Wow...that's really impressive. If you sustain this level, 2017. will be an amazing year. Way better than 2016.

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  8. Veoma obecavajuca godina za razvoj i buducnost aerodroma Nikola Tesla Beograd. Novi rekordi u broju putnika, broju poletanja i dolaska koncesionara, potvrdice i ucvrstice jednu od tri pozicije vazdusnih luka jugo istocne Evrope.
    Rodney.
    Srbija.

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