Thursday, May 31, 2018

Maribor Airport registers €1.7 million loss

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Maribor Edvard Rusjan Airport recorded a loss of 1.7 million euros last year, up from the 35.000 euro loss in 2016. It was generated since the airport handled only 6.000 passengers in 2017, while the operator also had to cover a monthly rent fee of 95.000 euros to the state. Revenue edged up slightly to 705.000 euros. SHS Aviation purchased the "Aerodrom Maribor" operator for seven million euros in December 2016 and won a concession to run the airport for a period of fifteen years. Originally owned by Dutch (60%) and Chinese investors (40%), the company's ownership structure recently changed. The Dutch SHS Aviation stake has been taken over by Villa 1, owned by the Chinese co-director of Maribor Airport, Lingkun Meng.

10 comments:

  1. Maribor - Graz Airport: 60 km

    Sorry people, but who needs Maribor Airport?

    In former Yugoslavia every single city wants an airport???

    STOPPPPP IT!

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    1. So is BNX to ZAG and VIE to BTS or NRN to EIN. In don't get your point....

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  2. But that was before the A320s and A330s started flying. This will change everything.

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    1. Don't you think that this "joke" is a bit lame?

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  3. Will FR resume flights from STN? MBX needs a serious airline.

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    1. -FR
      -Serious airline

      Pick one.

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    2. So VLM is then? Thanks to FR you fly for 5 squid to MBX out of London.

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  4. Nelson iz Simpsonov bi na tole rekel Ha-ha. Mariborčani pa še kar v nebo gledajo in čakajo

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  5. i think that everything is political plan to wash money and brain of people! non of touristic agencies is selling tickets, VLM is not posting any Maribor advertisings as for Antwerp and Zurich! This airport has to be rented for 1 EUR to Ryanair with min. 10 destinations criterium and every year min 1 additional that could work!

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