Air Serbia handles millionth passenger of 2024

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Air Serbia handled its millionth passenger of the year today, April 25. The milestone was achieved two weeks ahead of last year, when the millionth traveller was welcomed onboard its aircraft on May 8. “Last year was very successful for us, and the results achieved so far show that 2024 has started off well. One million passengers carried in less than four months is an exceptional result that we can be proud of. A million thanks to all the passengers who have placed their trust in us. Their satisfaction is our top priority, and accordingly, we will continue to work diligently and improve our services”, the airline’s CEO, Jiri Marek, said.

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  1. Anonymous10:47

    Congratulations

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    1. Anonymous13:51

      Bravo! 👍🇷🇸

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  2. Anonymous10:48

    Well done!

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  3. Anonymous11:23

    Congratulations

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  4. Anonymous11:36

    Bravo Air Serbia 🇷🇸🇷🇸🇷🇸

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  5. Anonymous11:42

    Despite the Marathon accident, they're still growing!

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    1. Anonymous11:46

      Pity that happened. If it wouldn’t, one million would be hit 2 weeks earlier at least

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    2. Anonymous12:08

      Vučić would have been the millionth passenger if it had been two weeks ago

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    3. Anonymous14:11

      What are you on about?

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    4. Mostar flight numero uno.

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  6. Anonymous13:20

    good job!

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  7. Anonymous22:18

    Bravo 🇷🇸🍀

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  8. Anonymous13:05

    Good news! That means they keeping the pace. Just, reaching a million at April 25th, means that April 2024 will have almost the same number of passengers like April 2023, or maybe few percents more. It is taking in count that Q1 was 750K pax.

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