Skopje Airport reaches 32% of 2019 traffic

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Skopje Airport handled 510.801 passengers during the January - August period, representing around 32% of last year’s traffic within the same timeframe. Overall, passenger numbers for the eight-month period declined 67.4%. In August, traditionally its busiest month of the year, Skopje Airport welcomed 67.122 travellers through its doors, down 74.6%.

MonthPAXChange (%)
JAN164.091 7.7
FEB147.717 7.3
MAR71.627 56.5
APR1.853▼ 100
MAY923 99.5
JUN49 99.6
JUL57.419 76.3
AUG67.122 74.6

Comments

  1. It would be interesting to see how neighboring airports performed.
    PRN, SOF, SKG, TIA, BEG etc. during the same period.

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    1. Anonymous14:39

      comparing apples and pears

      SKG jul -69,4%, aug -57.5%
      SOF jul -62,4%, aug -57.1%
      the rest have no numbers for Jul/Aug (BEG has only nr for Jul -84.1%)

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    2. Anonymous15:41

      TIA doing good. 900.000 for Jan-Aug

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    3. Anonymous15:56

      That is actually not too bad for such an airport.

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    4. Anonymous16:28

      Might be the second busiest behind BEG this year!

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    5. Anonymous17:22

      If TIA continues with this trend, then yes. It will become just right after BEG.
      That said, it seems the negative figures. Interestingly there were very few Serbian arrivals compared to departures in August in SKG:

      https://www.skg-airport.gr/uploads/sys_nodelng/2/2869/SKG_08_Int_Traffic_by_Country.pdf

      Total: 139.877

      SOF had 289,437 passengers in AUG.

      https://www.sofia-airport.bg/sites/default/files/en-passengers_2019-2020_7.pdf

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    6. Anonymous17:27

      there are no numbers for TIA

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  2. Anonymous17:29

    Ouch.

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  3. Anonymous17:38

    How can a change be 100% negative, when there were passengers. Even 1 passenger would be enough to keep it above 100%. I also sow similar thing in the SPU article last week.

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