Pristina continues to grow despite Adria collapse

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Pristina Airport recorded solid passenger growth in September despite the demise of Adria Airways in the second half of the month. Adria, which boasted a base in Pristina, was the city’s seventh largest airline in 2018, handling 157.931 passengers. During September, Pristina Airport handled 200.532 travellers, representing an increase of 5.4%. Over the first three quarters of the year, the airport welcomed 1.841.657 passengers through its doors, up 10.6% on the same period in 2018.

MonthPAXChange (%)
JAN168.777 17.1
FEB138.269 11.9
MAR169.108 12.4
APR192.075 8.1
MAY181.931▲ 8.0 
JUN208.821▲ 17.1
JUL280.013▲ 9.2
AUG302.131▲ 9.8
SEP200.532▲ 5.4

Comments

  1. I find it hilarious those small airports with few gates having gates numbered 203, 307, 504...

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    1. If it's like SKP, it's just a reference to the fact that it's a second floor level gate, they probably bus boarding gates called 101, 102 etc. on the lower floor

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    2. That's correct. There are two levels and the first digit of the gate references the level

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    3. Nothing hilarious is there, but your comment.

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    4. Don't you have anything better to do instead of criticizing?

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  2. Right its should be 101 102 103

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  3. Adria collapse should be visible in figures fot OCT not SEP.

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  4. i think Adria collapse will have a minimal impact on PRN.
    Except for the direct Ljubljana route (which most likely will not be covered anytime soon), the rest will be filled by other airlines.

    Good statistics anyways. I expect growth on VIE-PRN Wizz flights commencing in December.

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  5. Great news. I was there last week and I think the Prishtina Airport is really nice. I believe it will continue to grow and become busier.

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