Sarajevo Airport's figures surge in June

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Sarajevo Airport has seen its passenger numbers grow almost 30% in June on the back of the launch of a number of new routes to Bosnia and Herzegovina's capital. During the month, Sarajevo handled a record 119.205 travellers. Aircraft movements grew 21.3% to 1.419. The airport saw 457.734 passengers pass through its doors during the first half of the year, up 6.4%. The number of aircraft movements stood at 6.207 over the same period, an increase of 0.7%.

MonthPAXChange (%)
JAN53.485 1.2
FEB53.130 8.5
MAR67.893 2.8
APR89.843 3.3
MAY74.178 8.5
JUN119.205 28.2

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  1. Those departure lounge toilets must be even dirtier then before with all those people.

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  2. Sarajevo will skip Podgorica this year. In my opinion, Sarajevo had to be just after Belgrade and Zagreb!

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    1. Don't hold your breath.

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    2. Sorry but it's not. Maybe only for those that live in Jeddah. Sarajevo needs better European connection. Zagreb Dubrovnik and Split are all better connected. There are many Bosnians (my self included) that fly to Split/Dubrovnik, then have somebody pick them up and drive over the border. Its often more convenient and cheaper than Sarajevo.

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    3. Sarajevo will probably unfortunately not skip Podgorica, as Podgorica has Ryanair and bunch of lowcost routes that Sarajevo simply doesnt have. But I agree, Sarajevo should be just after Belgrade and Zagreb, due to its size, being a tourist attraction and due to its importance in the region as a city (historically, culturally etc)

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    4. Sarajevo airport wont even pass Ljubljana; don't get too excited :)

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    5. Podgorica had 541k passengers in first 6 months, 10% up from same period in 2018. 141k in June in Podgorica, 11% up.

      So, unlikely that there will be any changes to the leaderbord in 2019...

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  3. Super! Bravo Sarajevo!

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  4. Who is knowing the Arline in front of the picture? Semm like to be an czech-arliner?

    Br

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    1. It's the Czech Air Force, usually carrying the president, prime minister, governmental or parliamentary delegates, but is at times also used for evacuations of Czech (and other) nationals from places struck with natural or man-made disaster.

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  5. Ovaj prvi mi izgleda kao nekadaĆĄnji JATov B737-300

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