Ljubljana Airport maintains growth

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Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport registered its third consecutive month of growth by handling 133.641 passengers in March, representing an increase of 3% on last year. The number of aircraft movements stood at 2.674, up 1.4%. It caps off a strong quarter for the airport, during which it welcomed 342.636 travellers through its doors, an improvement of 4% year-on-year. Aircraft movements were up 1.9% to 7.600 for the same period.

MonthPAXChange (%)
JAN103.525 3.1
FEB105.470 6.3
MAR133.641 3.0

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  1. It would be interesting to see the breakdown between Adria and other carriers.

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  2. Amd people said that traffic would go down in march but its still rising ! This year LJU will reach 2 million pax

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  3. Movements: Adria's share is 60%
    Passengers: Adria's share is 50%

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    1. Do you happen to know the YoY changes in both segments for Adria and other carriers?

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    2. https://i.imgur.com/edflYQk.png

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  4. So BEG, ZAG and LJU all had soft growth in Q1.

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    1. Organic growth is the popular term

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  5. Congrats! I would love to see constantly full platform!

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  6. Considering that AFL, EZY and FIN are sending A320's and THY, WUK operated most of the flights with A321's in the past few days, I expect growth also in April.

    On top of that Adria is operating a lot of their flights today with A319's however that might only be because two CRJ9s are now flying with Lufthansa and another two with Austrian.

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    1. Tomorrow JU also sanding 319 to LJU

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    2. also Montenegro and Lot are sending their e-190

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    3. I think TK will soon become 3 daily, remember my words.

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