Skopje Airport reports positive half yearly results

During the month of July, Skopje Airport in Macedonia reported good results. Most credit has to go to charter flights, which compared with same month last year were increased by up to 52.8% in terms of aircraft movement and 51.7% in terms of the number of passenger. This, despite a ban by Greek air authorities on charter flights between the two countries due to a name dispute. In the period of July the total number of aircraft movement stood at 1.423 or 1.4 % more than the same month last year. Cumulatively for the period between January and July the total number of aircraft movements were increased by 4.1%. During the month of July 82.591 passengers were transported, bringing an increase of up to 4.9% compared to last year, while in the period January – July the number of passengers were increased up to 7.7%.

With tourist charter flights to Antalya, Bodrum, Izmir, Sharm el Sheikh, Hurghada, Palma de Mallorca, Catania and Tunisia during June and July a total of 14.250 passengers were transported. Most of the tourist charter flights were operated by the national Macedonian carrier MAT as well Atlas Jet and Pegasus Airlines from Turkey and Jetran Air, Smart Wings and LTU Lufttransport from Germany. Furthermore frequencies increased between Skopje and Ljubljana, Budapest, Istanbul and Zagreb.


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