Trending in 2017


As we enter the final days of 2017, this is what you read, liked and discussed the most on EX-YU Aviation News throughout the year according to accumulated statistics.

2017 marked the most successful year for EX-YU Aviation News since going online on June 1, 2008 with the number of unique visits increasing 26.7% compared to last years, while the number of page views grew to over 3.8 million. During 2017, the greatest share of visitors came from Serbia, followed by Croatia, Slovenia, Germany, the United States, the United Kingdom, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Switzerland and Australia. The number of visitors from all of the top ten countries grew in the double digits, with visitors from Croatia and Slovenia increasing the most (up 59.6% and 59.3% respectively), followed by Germany, Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Eight out of the ten most read articles of all time were published during 2017, including the top two.

Looking forward to another exciting year in EX-YU aviation in 2018!

✈ MOST POPULAR NEWS ✈

Emirates to launch Zagreb service, January 12 *
Ryanair plans further Serbia expansion, April 12
Aegean to launch Athens - Skopje flights, October 10
Adria unveils six new routes, November 28
Hainan Airlines touches down in Belgrade, September 15
Air Canada Rouge to launch Zagreb flights, September 29

* Most read article of all time

✈ MOST POPULAR NEWS FLASHES ✈

Wizz Air ends hand luggage fee, July 19 *
Ryanair hiring in Ljubljana, January 19
Wizz Air hiring Serbian crew, May 30
Macedonia mulls Skopje Airport name change, October 11
Gulf Air to appoint Krešimir Kučko as CEO, October 23
Air Serbia to send A330-200 to Zagreb, March 22
Air Serbia introduces Belgrade check-in fee, April 25

* Most read news flash of all time

✈ MOST POPULAR VINTAGE PHOTO ✈

Belgrade Airport, 1985

✈ MOST POPULAR LIVERY OF THE WEEK ✈

Rossiya special

Comments

  1. It was a good year. I'm surprised at how popular the news about crew job openings is.

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    1. +1 considering the unemployment rate in the region its understandable. Now I understand why the admin posts those ;)

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