Belgrade Airport, run by a concessionaire VINCI, is closing in on the five million passengers mark for the year as it continues its recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
The airport welcomed 518,519 travellers through its doors in October, representing a decrease of 7.9% on the pre-pandemic 2019. The number of commercial aircraft movements declined 4.7% to 5,136.
The airport is on course to handle over five million passengers this year. During the January – October period it processed 4.6 million customers, down 12% on three years ago.
Last year, the airport estimated it would handle five million passengers in 2022, with pre-pandemic traffic levels to be achieved in 2023.
Source: EX-YU Aviation, Momentum