Sarajevo maintains growth momentum

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Sarajevo Airport has recorded its tenth consecutive month of passenger growth by handling 65.991 passengers in March, representing an increase of 15% on last year. The number of aircraft movements stood at 1.017, up 3.2%. During the first quarter of 2018, Bosnia and Herzegovina's busiest airport welcomed 169.124 travellers through its doors, or an additional 27.244 passengers, an increase of 19.2%. Aircraft movements grew 11.4% to 2.710. During the first quarter, Sarajevo Airport processed 516.483 kilograms of cargo.

MonthPAXChange (%)
JAN54.113 24.8
FEB48.986 19.1
MAR65.991 15.0

Comments

  1. Anonymous10:56

    Amaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaazing results! Finally, SJJ proving itself. I really hope QR will become daily.

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  2. Anonymous11:50

    Super!!

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  3. Anonymous12:40

    In 2017, SJJ served 957,971 passengers. This year the 1 millionth mark is inevitable. BRAVO!

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  4. Anonymous12:41

    Great result Sarajevo, and all that without neither Wizz, Ryan or Easy Jet super-cheap flights being present (apart from Wizz - Budapest). I would love to see how big the growth would be with some of the low-cost flights that Podgorica, or Skopje has. Keep up the good work. :)

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  5. Anonymous13:50

    The worst airport in Ex-Yu regarding capital cities,even some airports are way better although not in capital.

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    1. Anonymous17:37

      Rezultati govore nesto drugo.

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    2. Anonymous18:32

      And how bad is SJJ compared to the rest?

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  6. Capital city airport without flights to Paris, Rome, Madrid, Berlin, Athens, Prague, Warsaw? It's shameful! (OK for London I understand, as still visas are needed for a trip)

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    1. Anonymous09:50

      Athens, Prague, Warsaw and Madrid aren't really the destinations that SJJ needs. They need Amsterdam and Frankfurt ASAP.

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