Air Serbia registers strong November growth

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Air Serbia registered strong passenger growth during the first twenty days in November, with figures improving 25%. Its capacity grew 9% during the same period. The carrier has already surpassed last year’s November results and is expected to exceed the total number of passengers carried in 2018 by the end of this month. It comes following record figures posted in October. Air Serbia’s General Manager for Commercial and Strategy, Jiri Marek, said, “We are happy with our results but even more with the passengers’ positive response to our offer. We are monitoring the market to ensure our passengers always receive good service at favourable rates. Along with the new destinations launched this summer, we have new surprises in store, which I am sure will be a step in the right direction and will generate even greater growth for Air Serbia”.

Comments

  1. I remember before EY took over Jat used to publish monthly statistics. It was really nice of them and I hope these reports from October and November mean they are going back to that. :)

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  2. If JU has 25% more traffic in November it means BEG should be around 14% or 15% in November?

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    1. Those include INI numbers as well so BEG growth should be around 6%.

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    2. I have heard BEG will go +10% in November

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  3. 9% more capacity with 25% more passengers is crazy.

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    1. Why exactly?

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    2. In a positive way, their growth is fantastic

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  4. Jiri: we have new surprises in store...

    Not in the long haul section of the store. That section looks abandoned.

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    1. It's not abandoned, it's work in progress.

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    2. A na slici A330,mislite o tome :)

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  5. Serbia keeps winning.

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