Friday, September 1, 2017

Belgrade Airport records busiest month

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Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport has registered its busiest month on record with 641.371 passengers handled in August, representing an increase of 8.7% on last year. It marks the second time the airport has managed to handle over 600.000 travellers during a single month. During the January - August period, Belgrade Airport handled 3.583.371 travellers, up 8.3%. A total of 14.950 tonnes of mail and freight were processed in the first eight months of 2017, representing an increase of 37% on last year. In August alone, cargo doubled on last year. The airport anticipates welcoming between 5.3 and 5.5 million passengers by year's end.

MonthPAXChange (%)
JAN329.714 13.5
FEB282.503 6.1
MAR343.771 9.8
APR416.309 13.9
MAY432.828 4.0
JUN506.768 10.2
JUL630.107 6.9
AUG641.371 8.7

12 comments:

  1. Great news and performance!
    Do we know what was ASL's share of that traffic?

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  2. Well done BEG! Impressive to see the difference between February and August, just crazy! All this was thanks mainly to W6. That's 300 thousand passengers on top of the list. Hoping to see the A321 soon on the busy routes to MMX, MLA and FCO.

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  3. So 4th millionth passenger will pass in September.

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  4. &AnonymousSeptember 1, 2017 at 10:26 AM

    Great news and performance!
    Do we know what was ASL's share of that traffic?

    Reply : ASL share in August traffic was 55%, down 4% compared to last August.

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  5. Does it mean that ASL actually increased its number of passengers because:

    2017 - 641.371*0,55=352.754

    2016 - 590.292*0,59=348.272

    Off course the percentages are not round numbers but it is a good indication that ASL ether had the same number of passengers or a small increase in number of passengers compared to last year?

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    1. ASL was also positive in August, a mere +1%.

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    2. Good, at least there was no fall like the previous two months. Let's hope this trend continues.

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  6. A small increase in number of passengers would be good considering how many cuts they had. I take their charter season was sick :)

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  7. All indications of arising businesses at Nikola Tesla, goes toward more invesment of future investor to Belgrade Hub. So good reality and promise future. 😀🗺🇷🇸🌐😀.
    Rodney Marinkovic 😀
    Kraljevo, Serbia

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