Pristina Airport continues dream run

NEWS FLASH


Pristina Airport registered its busiest May on record by handling 257.770 passengers. The figure represents an increase of 41.7% on the pre-pandemic 2019 and 61.9% on last year. During the January - May period, the airport welcomed 1.065.119 travellers through its doors, up 25.1% on 2019. Kosovo is currently one of Europe’s top performing air travel markets and one of only three to have surpassed its pre-pandemic passenger performance.


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  1. Anonymous10:47

    Congrats Pristina! ­čŹ╗

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  2. Anonymous10:49

    Less passengers than in April?

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    1. Anonymous10:51

      April was Easter. Usual in PRN because during Easter whole diaspora comes.

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    2. Anonymous11:52

      Still, I am surprised, especially because May had one extra day plus May day holidays

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    3. Anonymous13:06

      As always.

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  3. Anonymous11:30

    Amazing figures. Keep it up PRN!

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  4. Anonymous11:52

    If Pristina has growth this years 50%+, base what we are seeing they are in right track. Than PRN will have this year over 3 millions passengers. Impressive...

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    1. Anonymous15:00

      In first 5 months it is still nr. 2 in ex-Yu.

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  5. Anonymous15:11

    Considering that this is a non-transfer airport.. these figures are amazing.

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    1. Anonymous15:46

      On the other hand, it really highlights how many people have left the country...

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    2. Anonymous15:53

      How

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    3. Anonymous16:36

      @15:46, and I remember some people in 1998 saying that in Kosovo live 700.000 people.

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    4. Anonymous16:37

      I wonder what happens when Visas get lifted…

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    5. Anonymous17:06

      Economy and purchasing power is minimal. All this is about gasto traffic which gets bigger and bigger every year.

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    6. Anonymous20:44

      Indeed true, in 99'. As over 1 million took refuge to MK and AL.

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  6. Anonymous18:13

    I'll be impressed when I see flights to BEG.

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    1. Wasn't there a Eurowings flight at one point?

      Not sure if they ever started but they were in planing.

      https://www.exyuaviation.com/2020/01/eurowings-to-launch-belgrade-pristina.html?m=1

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    2. Anonymous18:26

      It didn't happen. Flights were planned by Trump administration. Then covid came and then Trump lost.

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