Monday, September 25, 2017

Belgrade handles four-millionth passenger

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Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport handled its four-millionth passenger of the year last Friday, some three weeks ahead of 2016. Since the start of the year until September 22, the airport welcomed 4.010.965 travellers through its doors. So far in September (excluding the previous weekend), the airport registered 427.594 passengers. "Belgrade Airport has recorded fourteen months of consecutive passenger growth. We expect for our record of 4.92 million travellers handled last year to be surpassed by the end of November", the airport said in a statement.

9 comments:

  1. It will be really hard to achieve 5.5 million with AS cuts, but it is still achievable. Hopefully Hainan helps.

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    1. Don't forget Wizz Air, Atlasjet, Transavia, Venice and so on.

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  2. September growth in Belgrade will be slightly above 9%.

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    1. So that's still 2% more than what was initially projected. They expected to be growing at 7% per annum.

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  3. How much of this growth is thanks to the management of Belgrade Airport and how much is just natural growth?

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  4. Ajde de su malo negativci.ipak ovo ne zvuči dobro za neke?

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  5. Raspisali su tender za predlog rasta saobraćaja. Koja prevara, pa tender za koncesiju uključuje pitanje o detaljnom planu rasta saobraćaja!!!

    Pre mesec dana su rekli da rad na terasi počinje takoreći odmah, još jedna prevara. Ne znam ni da li su završili rad na tuš kabinama, da ne pričam o drugim neispunjenim obećanjima.

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    1. Што јес, јес. Обећање од 17 августа:

      Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport is soon expected to begin construction of its new open-air observation deck, the airport's Investment and Development Director, Ana Kaludjerović, said

      http://www.exyuaviation.com/2017/08/belgrade-airport-to-start-work-on.html

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