Trending in June

The first half of the year is behind us, with June proving to be another busy month for the aviation industry in the former Yugoslavia. Adria Airways' ongoing talks with Russian aircraft manufacturer Sukhoi over a possible order proved to pull the most interest last month, followed by Emirates' service launch to Zagreb. Other popular items included Sarajevo Airport's plans to knock down its old terminal to make way for a multi million euro expansion of its existing passenger facilities, as well as Qatar Airways' interest in launching services to Ljubljana.

The full list of the top ten trending stories this June can be viewed below:

1. Adria plans order for twelve Sukhoi Superjets
2. Emirates touches down in Zagreb
3. Hainan Airlines schedules Belgrade launch
4. Sukhoi pitches Superjet to Adria
5. Sarajevo Airport to demolish old terminal
6. Air Serbia A330 diverts over medical emergency
7. Belgrade Airport completes terminal overhaul
8. Emirates rules out EX-YU expansion
9. Al-Baker: Qatar Airways eyeing Ljubljana service
10. Air Serbia’s transatlantic service one year on

A total of 4.171 comments were made on the 73 feature articles and news flash items published during the month, while visitor numbers increased 15%, making June 2017 the busiest month since EX-YU Aviation News went online nine years ago. During the month, the majority of visitors accessed the site from Serbia, followed by Croatia, Slovenia, Germany, the United States, the United Kingdom, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Switzerland, Australia and Macedonia.


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