Skopje Airport sees steep July decline

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Person walking up to Skopje Airport terminal

Skopje Airport welcomed 57.419 passengers through its doors in July, representing a decrease of 76.3% compared to the same month in 2019. The number of commercial aircraft movements decreased 55.6% to 833. During the first seven months of the year, Skopje Airport handled 443.679 travellers, down 57% on the same period in 2019. In addition to European Union entry restrictions, which are affecting loads on flights, July also saw Austria, Italy and Poland introduce flights bans on traffic to and from Macedonia. Skopje Airport reopened on July 1 following its three-and-a-half-month closure for commercial traffic as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

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  1. Anonymous12:39

    better than 90%

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  2. Anonymous15:53

    My friend arrived on OS Q400 from VIE today, he said they were around 10 people on the plane. Don't know about the flight back.

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    1. Anonymous18:07

      17 on the way back.

      Regards from SKP

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  3. Anonymous17:55

    Also, let's not forget about Wizz reducing its fleet by 1 plane. It will be unlikely that SKP grows in the near future.
    That said, it seems PRN is recovering very quickly.

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    1. Anonymous21:12

      lol sure is 2/3 with flights cancelled. troll

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    2. Anonymous22:37

      Why do you immediately call someone a troll the moment you disagree with them?

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    3. Anonymous22:44

      The PRN ''cancelled flights'' troll. How can you call others a troll? Ironic

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    4. Anonymous09:48

      because he doesnt have a clue about his own airport in the first place.
      "recovering very quickly" http://www.airportpristina.com/ endless list of cancelled flights. that latvian charter company stopped their flights in the meantime ...

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  4. Anonymous20:11

    How can they be only 57% down when the airport was totally shut for over 3 months?

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    1. Anonymous20:17

      Because they had a strong JAN, FEB and MAR. Similar situation in PRN and BEG.

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