Belgrade Airport saw its busiest November on record, handling 439,094 passengers, representing an increase of 3.4% on the pre-pandemic 2019, portal EX-YU Aviation reports.

It marks the first time since February 2020 that the airport has registered an improved result compared to 2019. The number of commercial aircraft movements during the penultimate month of the year stood at 4,422, up 0.9% from three years ago.

Air Serbia’s strong performance was generating growth in November, solid loads by foreign carriers, as well as Qatar Airways’ wide-body operations.

During January – November, Belgrade Airport welcomed 5.13m travelers through its doors, which is still down 10% compared to 2019. The airport has overtaken its planned target of welcoming five million travelers this year and will likely handle approximately 90% of its pre-pandemic passenger levels.

Source: EX-YU Aviation, Momentum