The greatest passenger increase was seen this January on flights to Brussels, with passenger numbers increasing by 123%. It is followed by Thessaloniki which recorded a 78% passenger increase. The greatest decline was seen on flights to Monastir in Tunisia (-81%).
Thursday, February 4, 2010
Positive start to the yearAfter 13 consecutive months of a decline in passenger numbers, in January 2010 Jat Airways finally managed to transport more passengers when compared to the same month the previous year. The airline saw a 5% passenger increase, but more importantly saw an increase in passengers bound for Montenegro. Despite the fact that the airline had decreased the number of flights by 5% this January compared to 2009, Jat carried 68.333 passengers. A total of 8.333 were Montenegro bound passengers (+63%), 58.994 on Euro-Mediterranean services (+1%) and 1.006 on charter flights (-24%). The average cabin load factor decreased by 1% and now stands at 53%.