Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Mostar Airport sees zero traffic in January

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Mostar Airport registered no aircraft movement or passenger traffic this January, data from the Bosnia and Herzegovina Directorate of Civil Aviation shows. As a result, Mostar recorded a 100% decrease in passenger numbers during the first month of the year as it handled 291 travellers in January 2017. In February this year, Mostar saw 171 passengers pass through its doors, down 65.3% on 2017. Overall, during the first two months of the year, Mostar Airport's figures declined 78.2%. Despite the lacklustre start to the year, the airport will see three new scheduled routes this summer season, with Croatia Airline to launch year-round operations from Zagreb on May 3, while Eurowings will commence services from Dusseldorf and Stuttgart on May 16 and 19 respectively.

13 comments:

  1. Interesting. So Banja Luka which is always below Mostar had more passengers.

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    1. It's hard to have less than zero passengers :)

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    2. This comment made me LOL

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  2. They should team up with BNX.

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  3. Ne daj se Marine !

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    1. Aerodrom uopće nije zatvoren.
      Zatvorena je samo stajanka 1, te rulnice A, te dio B od A do C. Zrakoplovi idu preko TWY Charlie do stajanke 2.

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  5. Such a shame, pity, tragedy for the local population, but then again like with so many other things; ”…ovo nam je nasa borba dala…”.
    I believe you remember that funny video program before the war when we only had a two TV channels: “Trazili ste gledajte”.
    Hopefully the sense will prevail.

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  6. So much wasted potential

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  7. imaju više putnika nego Kraljevo i Ponikve zajedno.

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    1. Svidja mi se Vas pozitivni pogled na svijet. Samo ne znam dal da se smijem ili placem...
      Pozdrav

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  8. People has already left Mostar region to western Europe...

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