Trending in December


The following are the ten most read articles on EX-YU Aviation News throughout December according to accumulated statistics. 


The five most read premium articles in December:

1. Pristina Airport navigates through Covid crisis
2. TAV Macedonia on overcoming Covid crisis and future prospects
3. Norwegian Air files schedule for new Belgrade route
4. Etihad's Belgrade departure leaves big market gap
5. Traditional carriers dominate Skopje's busiest routes

The most popular vintage photo published in December:

JAT unveils new unfiroms, 1978

The most visitors by country:

1. Serbia
2. Slovenia
3. Croatia
4. United Kingdom
5. United States
6. Germany
7. Macedonia
8. Bosnia and Herzegovina
9. United Arab Emirates
10. Switzerland
11. Canada
12. Montenegro
13. Australia
14. Netherlands
15. Austria

Comments

  1. Anonymous10:18

    cheers to the most popular vintage photo :D :D

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  2. Anonymous10:49

    UK on fourth position wow how come?

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    1. Anonymous11:57

      Yes, that is quiet interesting. And US is on the fifth place. It would be grate if admin could give us more statistics what people from UK and US were browsing.

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    2. Anonymous12:06

      This blog was shared on Airliners.net a few times so those visits are from there.

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    3. Anonymous12:29

      Don't think so. Look at the trending articles each month. UK and US are always 4 and 5.

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    4. Anonymous13:02

      It was shared there in the past as well so probably some people kept on coming back.

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    5. Visitors from US and UK have been in the top five since the site was launched. Considering there are large diasporas from different ex-Yu republics there, as well as general interest, the articles they read are varied.

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    6. Anonymous14:39

      this is true. Also I think like Anon 11:57 said, if you can show data what is by country the most popular

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