Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Skopje Airport sees record February

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Skopje Alexander the Great Airport handled 105.265 passengers during February, representing an increase of 3% compared to the same month last year. The result was achieved despite February being a day shorter this year. So far in 2017, Skopje Airport has welcomed 227.786 travellers through its doors, up 7.8%.

MonthPAXChange (%)
JAN122.521 12.3
FEB105.265 3.0

14 comments:

  1. And Ot February for Pristina please Admin :-)

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    1. PRN had a small single figure percentage increase during February 2017 compared to the same month last year.

      Pax figure for Feb 2017: ~108,000

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    2. Go Pristina:-)

      Thanks

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  2. Wow that's only 55K less than Zagreb.

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    1. Mozda ce ove godine prestici ZAG, sta kazes?

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    2. PHAHAHAHA big nooooo

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    3. Ovdje ljudi nemaju osjecaj za ironiju :D

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  3. Ako se dobro secate skoro 4-5 dana aerodrom je bio zatvoren za soobracaj zbog magla. Admin bio bi dobro da taj podatak stavis u izvestaj ...

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  4. The numbers look solid and with the upcoming new flights and frequency boost, SKP is on the verge to reach 2 mil pax, if not this year, next year for sure. That is astonishing success for this airport.
    All that is happening without many major carriers such as Lufthansa, Aegean, Aeroflot, Alitalia as realistic targets for upcoming routes. Yes I know Alitalia pulled out from SKP. KLM / Air France is long reach. But the other ones should definitely consider SKP.
    Also, if one more low cost carrier jumps in, at least with 40% what Wizz has, SKP will go over 2.4 mil pax for sure.

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    1. Alitalia is in a very bad shape. They wont be starting new destinations, they are reducing costs everywhere.

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    2. Aegean is hardly a @major player@

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    3. Aegean is the second biggest player in the region after TK.
      It would be a great addition for SKP.

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    4. Politics (on the Greek side) is what keeps the Greek carriers out of the market. Olympic Air is better suited to serve SKG-SKP with an ATR, which is the perfect aircraft for the route.

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  5. Waiting for summer numbers ;)

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