Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Belgrade Airport registers busiest October

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Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport has seen its busiest October on record by handling 480.550 passengers during the month, representing an increase of 9.5% on last year. During the first ten months of the year, Belgrade Airport welcomed 4.631.144 travellers through its doors, up 9%. It expects welcoming five million passengers, for the first time, at the start of December. A total of 19.258 tonnes of mail and freight were processed in the first ten months of 2017, representing an increase of 36% on last year.

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
SEP567.223 9.2
OCT480.550 9.5

10 comments:

  1. Nice results, but they cannot welcome five million passengers at the start of November, can they ? They probably referred to the start of December.

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  2. The question is, can they handle 870k for November and December? It will be interesting to follow this.

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  3. There was a post that showed they downgraded their estimate to 5.3 million. Which based on these percentages means that they will achieve that result but could also achieve their original 5.5 million too. Probably a long shot but had potential. With an average of 9-10% increase so far this year it's not all that hard to see this happening.

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  4. There was a post that showed they downgraded their estimate to 5.3 million. Which based on these percentages means that they will achieve that result but could also achieve their original 5.5 million too. Probably a long shot but had potential. With an average of 9-10% increase so far this year it's not all that hard to see this happening.

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  5. BEG just got 340 more staff dumped on them by Air Serbia Ground Services. JU is shedding people left, right and center.

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    1. And as soon as the airport concession is over many more will be dumped from NT Airport, as it should be.

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    2. BEG needs more handling staff and JU can focus on core business. Win win.

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  6. Great news for BEG, October is shaping up to be a solid performer. I am sure next year it will surpass 500.000.
    I am curious to see how November goes since with February they make the two slowest months in the year.

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  7. So BEG will add half million passengers this year?

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  8. a bit OT but still about Belgrade

    https://www.airserbia.com/en/special-offers-discover-new-flight-routes-to-america

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