Monday, December 4, 2017

Split Airport registers strong November

NEWS FLASH


Split Airport has continued to see its passenger numbers improve in November, with figures growing into the double digits. It handled 39.552 travellers during the month, an increase of 20.5% on last year. As a result, during the eleven-month period, the airport welcomed 2.782.033 travellers through its doors, up 23.1%. Therefore, it has met its target of handling 2.7 million passengers this year and has surpassed its 2016's end-of-year result which stood at 2.289.987 passengers. General Manager Lukša Novak recently said, "We want to be an effective regional airport. We need to work to stimulate traffic in the winter months. Our fees, which have not been modified for the past ten years and should stay the same for at least another two, are fair. No carrier has special treatment". 

MonthPAXChange (%)
JAN30.423 17.2
FEB23.932 0.4
MAR33.828Decrease 3.7
APR123.230 63.2
MAY257.445 25.9
JUN403.586 25.5
JUL657.056 20.7
AUG593.709 22.0
SEP421.053 23.3
OCT198.150 18.2
NOV39.552 20.5

47 comments:

  1. Bravo Hrvatska!
    Ne zbog prometa na aerodromu vec zbog produljenja turisticke sezone.

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    1. jedna Atina ima vise putnika nego cela ex yu

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    2. Možda zato jer do Atene se najviše može dolaziti avionom. Sigurno Nijemac ili Nizozemac neće sjesti u auto i voziti do Grčke.

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  2. From 600k in July to 30k in November :D

    Not a diss, just pointing the obvious.

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    1. Sto je to ocigledno?

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    2. That the market is highly seasonal. OMG shocking, thanks for pointing this out to us anon 2:50 because we had no clue!@

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    3. Yes, we all knew it, but 20x times less passengers compared to summer is EXTREME for a city with over 200k people. It is not as if Split is some island where normally 10k people live.

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    4. its not extreme- its comparable to Nish minus tourists.
      INI has more or less the same nr of passengers in a month

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    5. I was wishing that INI concluded the year with half a million at least, but alas. I think SKP will be happy to learn that it is not getting any closer.

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    6. Ne bas usporedivo s Nisem.
      Nis je jedini aerodrom u dijelu zemlje koji mu gravitira.
      Split je jedan od 3 aerodroma u dijelu zemlje koji mu gravitira.

      Jedina slicnost Splita i Nisa je broj stanovnika. Tu sva slicnost pocinje i prestaje.

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    7. which are these 3 airports?

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    8. anon, 4:24,
      fyi, estimates for INI for this year is 300-350k.
      according to the aiport management, INI will reach 600k in 2021

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    9. Taj dio srbije, juzna srbija gdje je Nis kao najveci vrad ima, prema wiki 1 500 000.
      Dok Split kao najveci grad u Dalmaciji koja prema wiki ima 850 000 stanovnika.
      3 Dalmatinska aerodroma su Zadar, Split, Dubrovnik

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    10. Distance between Split and Dubrovnik is some 230 km while Belgrade is 250 km away from Nis. By that logic they are also competing.

      On top of that, Skopje is 215 km from Nis while Sofia is just 160 km.
      All of these are year-round airports meaning that INI is actually in a worse situation.

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    11. Ja inace ne vidim logiku u usporedjivanju stvari koje nemaju apsolutno nista zajednicko.

      Sto zajednicko imaju 2 aerodroma?
      Apsolutno nista osim svoje funkcije sredinama kojima sluze.
      Zadaca sredine je da uposli te aerdroma cim vise za opci interes.
      Hrvataka je ocito nasla recept kako bi uposlila svoje aerodrome za svoj interes.

      U cemu je vas problem?

      Ako vec, a vucete te paralele, crte se negdje moraju povuci.
      Dubrovacko-Neretvanska Zupanija ima 123 000 stanovnika. Dubrovacki aerodrom je u ovoj godini, do sada, zabiljezio promet od 2 236 000 putinka.
      Naravno kako su te brojke impresivne i za daleko mnogoljudnije sredine.
      No, zar se te sredine mogu po usporedjivati po icem osim sto u njima zive ljudi?

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    12. does Zadar even count here? (is it charter only or they have any year/round flights?
      furthermore many passengers from Nish fly from BEG because the entire distance is a highway (meaning easily accessible, if you decide to drive) whereas this is not the case with the road to Dubrovnik, so I srsly doubt anybody from Split would bother to drive all the way to Dubrovnik (and vice versa) to catch a flight.

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    13. Cijela regija je sezonalna to je cinjenica, nije lose da u 300km obale od zadra(600k), splita(2.8m) i dubrovnika(2.4m) je proslo 5.8m putnika zracnim putem.
      Split vec debelo kasni sa ekspanzijom zl

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    14. You can’t compare the adriatic with niška or soko banja... nonetheless, the numbers are drastic, just like the temperature between july and november, and holiday season being virtually non existent in many parts of the world.

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    15. Alen Šćuric PurgerDecember 5, 2017 at 9:31 AM

      There are 4 airports exactly (and Dubrovnik is not one of them) and those are:

      Split
      Zadar 108 km
      Brač 53 km
      Mostar 162 km

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    16. Alen Šćuric PurgerDecember 5, 2017 at 9:39 AM

      Zadar all year routes are to Zagreb and to Pula.

      It is seasonal airport but it is not true that it is just charter airport. Legacy carriers are:

      Aegean to Athens
      Brussels to Bruxelles
      Croatia to Frankfrut, Pula, Zagreb
      Lufthansa to Munich
      Luxair to Luxembourg
      LOT to Warshaw

      + LCC (Ryanair, EasyJet, Eurowings, Flybe, Transavia and Vueling)

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  3. Dubrovnik +40% in November!!
    Good job DBV!! :)

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  4. 39.552 so cute :)

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  5. wow! so this is the 3rd busiest airport in ex-yu??? over a half of a million difference btw july and november. haha.. good thing that beautiful Adriatic sea will stay where it is.

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    1. Ne. To je 2.najprometniji aerodrom u drzavi.

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    2. YYZ BEG, nemamo svi tu sreću da imamo 1 aerodrom u državi i jedan Niš

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    3. Istocni grijeh

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    4. Mislis kao Ceska ili Madjarska?

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    5. Taj jedan Nis je utrostrucio broj putnika ove godine. ;)

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    6. Da, mislim kao Češka i Mađarska.

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    7. Irska, Belgija, Slovacka, Danska, Finaka... sve drzave sa manje vise jednim aerodromom

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    8. Da je svijet copy/paste.....ali nije

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    9. Elem, Split mora da poradi na "off sezoni". to je evidentno.

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    10. Ta off sezona postaje sve kraca i kraca.....

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    11. Alen Šćuric PurgerDecember 5, 2017 at 10:06 AM

      So not true:

      Czech Republic
      Prague 12,0 million
      Brno 470.000
      Ostrava 310.000
      Karlovy Vary 100.000
      Pordubice 60.000
      Out of Prague 940.000

      Hungary
      Budapest 11,4 million
      Debrecen 290.000
      Balaton 20.000
      Gyor 20.000
      Nyíregyháza 35.000
      Szeged 20.00
      Out of Budapest 385.000

      Ireland?!?!!?!?!
      Dublin 28,0 million
      Shannon 1,8 million
      Cork 2,2 million
      Kerry 0,3 million
      Knock 0,7 million
      Other airports 0,2 million
      Out of Dublin 5,2 million

      Belgium?!?!?!?!?
      Brussels 22,0 million
      Antwerpen 152.000
      Ostend 64.000
      Cherleroi 7,3 million
      Liege 300.000
      Out of Brussels 8,8 million

      Slovakia
      Bratislava 1,8 million
      Košice 440.000
      Poprad 85.000
      Silač 35.000
      Out of Bratislava 560.000

      Denmark?!?!!??!
      Copenhagen 29,0 million
      Aalburg 1,4 million
      Aarhus 350.000
      Billund 3,1 million
      Bornholm 260.000
      Esbjerg 130.000
      Roskilde 22.000
      Sondenberg 56.000
      Out of Copenhagen 5,3 million

      Finland?!?!?!?!?!
      Helsinki 16,4 million
      Enontekio 21.000
      Ivalo 155.000
      Joensu 134.000
      Jyväskylä 62.000
      Kajaani 84.000
      Kemi 56.000
      Kittila 227.000
      Kokkola 88.000
      Kuopio 232.000
      Kuusamo 69.000
      Lappeenranta 36.000
      Mariehamn 59.000
      Oulu 983.000
      Pori 11.000
      Roveniemi 478.000
      Savonlinna 13.000
      Tempere 357.000
      Turku 312.000
      Vaasa 282.000
      Out of Helsiniki 3,7 million

      SO NOT TRUE!

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    12. Istocni grijeh

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  6. Brojke govore same za sebe.
    Aerodrom nije svrha putovanja.....

    No, brojke su neosporne.
    Hrvatska je uspijela produljiti turisticku sezonu na 7 mjeseci.

    Job well done!

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    1. Alen Šćuric PurgerDecember 5, 2017 at 10:09 AM

      Točno

      +Novogodišnji turisti koji su u značajnim brojkama posebno u Dubrovniku, Splitu, Istri, ali još više u Zagrebu koji ima oko 120.000 turista tijekom Adventa (što je brojka ravna 6. ili 9. mjesecu)

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  7. ZAG +12% in November and significant cargo growth! Congrats!

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    1. 12% is not that much given the fact that Emirates flies there this year and that some airlines increased capacity. I expected close to 20%.

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    2. The growth at ZAG was +16% for the first half of the month with great loads. Late November plumented as expected. Even EK flew witj no more than 180 pax on average per leg. It should pick up now for the holidays.
      I say, +12,54% is very good considering that there was a modest growth in # of flights

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    3. Alen Šćuric PurgerDecember 5, 2017 at 10:15 AM

      New flights in November

      +5 Emirates
      +4 Qatar
      +3 Eurowings (Dusseldorf)
      +1 Norwegian (Stockholm)
      +6 Luftahansa
      +2 LOT

      But minus than last November
      -3 flydubai
      -1 Eurowings (Cologne)
      -5 Brussels
      -2 ČSA
      -2 Air Serbia

      So
      +21
      -13
      =+8 weekly flights

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    4. Volim ove sto misle kako znaji zbrojiti 2 broja

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