Pristina Airport continues dream run

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Pristina Airport recorded its busiest October to date by handling 187.261 passengers, representing an increase of 9.8% on last year. During the January - October period, it welcomed 2.028.918 travellers through its doors, up 10.5%. So far this year, the airport added an extra 192.697 passengers.

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
OCT187.261▲ 9.8

Comments

  1. Eurowings switched their aircraft they have at their PRN base from a A319 to a A320. They fly daily twice to a destination in the D-A-CH market.

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  2. Congrats... impressive growth.

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  3. solid growth indeed.

    any new launches this Winter except for Wizz to Vienna?

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    1. "Pristina Airport will see both Eurowings and Wizz Air introduce services to Vienna this winter. Furthermore, Bulgarian charter carrier Alk Airlines will start regular flights from Pristina to Dusseldorf and Munich at the end of December on behalf of a local tour operator."

      https://www.exyuaviation.com/2019/10/airlines-and-airports-shift-to-winter.html

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    2. Thnx Anon. Winter/Spring looks promising for PRN!

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  4. Nice, now just additional routes are missing!

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    1. I think we will see frequency increases on existing routes but not any new routes as there is no demand.
      With the exception of a U.S. flight and perhaps to Belgium/NL, the rest is pretty much covered.

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  5. In comparison to Skopje is it better?

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