Pristina Airport posts strong growth

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Pristina Airport welcomed 178.052btravellers through its doors last month, representing an increase of 23.3%. The number of aircraft movements stood at 1.380, up 21.5% year-on-year. During the first half of 2018, Pristina handled 942.065 passengers, an increase of 14.6%. This summer has seen a number of airlines introduce new routes to the city including Norwegian Air Shuttle, Eurowings, SunExpress, Germania, Orange2Fly and Electra Airways.

MonthPAXChange (%)
JAN144.137 17.3
FEB123.565 14.1
MAR150.432 19.2
APR177.732 3.1
MAY168.519 12.8
JUN178.052 23.3

Comments

  1. Oh wow, now that's BIG!! So the SKP/PRN "battle" continues. Well done PRN!
    I think INI will join the competition when it reaches 1 million in 3 years.
    Good for the whole region.

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    1. Evo ga onaj INI optimista. Ne mesaj dinar i dollar

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    2. haha

      bas tako

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  2. Juni: SKP&OHD 217.782 +28%

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    1. Od kade ovoj podatok? I daj posebno Skp posebno Ohd.

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    2. http://www.tavyatirimciiliskileri.com/en-EN/Documents/June_18.pdf

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  3. It would be great if the highway Nis-Prishtina will be realised. I personally would travel throug Nis to Kosovo. The prices to Prishtina are so high, it's a rip-off of the passengers.

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    1. I think INI citizens and the rest are enjoying more options.
      The 4 airports are just like in Northwest Germany - very close to each other.
      SKP/PRN/SOF/INI <=> DUS/DTM/CGN

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  4. Congrats! Nice to see healthy growth at all of the airports in the region.

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  5. Why haven't you posted Skopje figures yet?

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    1. PatiencePlease6 July 2018 at 19:23

      Because perhaps SKP has not officially released its figures yet.

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    2. Because ever since the illegally installed goverment nothing is working properly the country is declining in productivity. Macedonia is become a ruthless law less mafia state

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