Belgrade Airport registers busiest July

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Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport has recorded its busiest July to date by handling 670.354 passengers during the month, representing an increase of 6.4% on last year. The number of flight operations stood at 6.449, up 4.6%, while its busiest day of all time was registered on July 31 when 24.306 travellers passed through its doors. The airport also handled 50% more cargo. During the seven month period, Belgrade Airport welcomed 3.134.106 passengers through its doors, an increase of 6.9%. It added some 200.000 passengers on 2017.

MonthPAXChange (%)
JAN333.989 1.3
FEB297.430 5.3
MAR366.099 6.5
APR447.681 7.5
MAY479.384 10.8
JUN539.169 6.4
JUL670.354 6.4

Comments

  1. 40.247 putnika više nego prošlog jula, odlično. Dobro je da aerodrom ne zavisi toliko od JU što se vidi ovde.

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    1. Kako to me ovisi? AS nikada ovoliko čarter letova I destinacija..Ogroman broj putnika na osvim letovima i najpametnije odluka da se smanji redovni broj letova i poveca profit čarter letovima.

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    2. Ne mislim samo na ovaj mesec već i na ostale tokom godine, čarteri su samo tokom 4 meseca(jun, jul, avgust, septembar) i nešto malo tokom oktobra i maja. Aerodrom cele godine beleži povećanje, a Air Serbia je smanjila kapacitete u redovnom saobraćaju. To se nije odrazilo ni na jedan mesec u godini i zbog toga sam rekao da ne zavisi.

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    3. Busiest day of all time...
      SPU 27.989 (16.07.2017.)
      BEG 24.306 (31.07.2018.)
      DBV 18.608 (30.07.2017.)
      ZAG 13.263 (01.07.2018.)
      TIV 11.233 (30.07.2018.)
      SJJ +6.000 (18.08.2018.)
      Maybe someone else has more data for other airports?

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  2. Hm seems like 2018 is a really good year for the airport. Not only are passenger numbers growing nicely but the airport seems to be positioning itself as an important cargo center.

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  3. Qatar Cargo seems to have given up on BEG. Shame. I guess Etihad Cargo was faster.

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