Thursday, June 1, 2017

Belgrade Airport registers record May

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Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport has extended its growth streak to eleven months after handling 432.828 passengers in May, representing an increase of 4% compared to last year. Since the start of 2017, Serbia's busiest airport welcomed 1.805.058 travellers through its doors, up 9.2%. The management estimates the airport will hit 5.5 million passengers by year's end.

MonthPAXChange (%)
JAN329.714 13.5
FEB282.503 6.1
MAR343.771 9.8
APR416.242 13.9
MAY432.828 4.0

10 comments:

  1. OT JU stats in May

    PAX 208K (-5%)
    OPS (-5%)
    LF 72% (the same).

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    1. That is really bad. last May there were no JFK flights.
      Plus BEG growing by 4% means that JU lost a lot of market share this May compared with last.

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    2. JU is moving in the wrong direction - period.

      They are alienating once loyal passengers with a drop in product quality, fees, service... while fares remain unjustly high.

      I really do believe that a fresh leadership at the helm of the airline is long overdue. Credit goes where credit is due, but things are deteriorating rapidly and alarm bells are ringing all over...

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  2. Good result. This is a healthy growth.

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  3. May didn't have anything more than May day celebrations and that's mostly locals staying local. Pretty good increase then for the whole year so far. Hopefully June & July maybe even August have same or higher growth too. That 5.5 million won't look so hard to achieve.

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    1. May would have been over 10% if JU didn't cut so many flights.
      I think Wizz Air saved the day here as their second A320 boosted some numbers.

      I am sure June will be quite good.

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    2. You are forgetting that Easter was in May last year.

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    3. Easter was in May, that is true.

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  4. Congrats, BEG!

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  5. Did somebody knows brac results for may?

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