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Old March 3rd, 2005, 04:00 PM   #21
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Wasn't Croatia in a big time war just a little while ago? By years I mean? It looks like those countries are cleaning up somehow.
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Old March 3rd, 2005, 09:53 PM   #22
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Wasn't Croatia in a big time war just a little while ago? By years I mean? It looks like those countries are cleaning up somehow.
yeah 10 years ago Croatia was at war, but country is at peace now and it is building up - it is popular tourist destination and last year it atracted 10 million tourist to its shores.

It is quite nice place to go for holiday...

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Old March 4th, 2005, 04:17 AM   #23
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Predicted traffic of airports in former Yugoslavia by 2010.

Belgrade – 3.5 million
Zagreb – 3.2 million
Dubrovnik – 1.8 million
Ljubljana – 1.5 million
Skopje – 1.35 million
Split – 1.25 Million
Sarajevo – 800 000
Pula – 520 000
Zadar – 320 000
Podgorica – 270 000
Tivat – 260 000
Rijeka – 240 000
Maribor – 180 000
N. Sad – 160 000
Mostar 150 000
Osijek – 145 000
Ohrid – 125 000
Banja Luka - 115 000
Nis – 90 000
Brac – 85 000
Portroz 52 000
Losinj - 32 000

Note!. Brac, Losinj and Portoroz are only open during summer months and are not full time airports.
Really impressive figures Mick. Looks like Croatian airports will top the charts in this region. That will mean so many planes in the sky above Croatia. Just hope none fall down.
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Old March 4th, 2005, 06:56 AM   #24
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Predicted capacities of airports in former Yugoslavia by 2010.

Zagreb – 7.2 million
Belgrade – 6 million
Dubrovnik – 4million
Ljubljana – 3 million
Split – 2.5 Million
Sarajevo – 2.5 million
Skopje – 2 million
Pula – 1.2 million
Zadar – 1 million
Podgorica – 650 000
Tivat – 650 000
Rijeka – 520 000
Maribor – 500 000
N. Sad – 400 000
Mostar 300 000
Ohrid – 300 000
Nis – 250 000
Osijek – 250 000
Brac – 120 000
Portroz 120 000

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Predicted traffic of airports in former Yugoslavia by 2010.

Belgrade – 3.5 million
Zagreb – 3.2 million
Dubrovnik – 1.8 million
Ljubljana – 1.5 million
Skopje – 1.35 million
Split – 1.25 Million
Sarajevo – 800 000
Pula – 520 000
Zadar – 320 000
Podgorica – 270 000
Tivat – 260 000
Rijeka – 240 000
Maribor – 180 000
N. Sad – 160 000
Mostar 150 000
Osijek – 145 000
Ohrid – 125 000
Banja Luka - 115 000
Nis – 90 000
Brac – 85 000
Portroz 52 000
Losinj - 32 000

Note!. Brac, Losinj and Portoroz are only open during summer months and are not full time airports.

quite nice numbers, it's good to see that the airports will operate with space to grow.


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Old March 4th, 2005, 09:52 AM   #25
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Predicted traffic of airports in former Yugoslavia by 2010.

Belgrade – 3.5 million
Zagreb – 3.2 million
Dubrovnik – 1.8 million
Ljubljana – 1.5 million
Skopje – 1.35 million
Split – 1.25 Million
Sarajevo – 800 000
Pula – 520 000
Zadar – 320 000
Podgorica – 270 000
Tivat – 260 000
Rijeka – 240 000
Maribor – 180 000
N. Sad – 160 000
Mostar 150 000
Osijek – 145 000
Ohrid – 125 000
Banja Luka - 115 000
Nis – 90 000
Brac – 85 000
Portroz 52 000
Losinj - 32 000

Note!. Brac, Losinj and Portoroz are only open during summer months and are not full time airports.
Novi Sad only has a small aerodrome, how could they handle more passengers than places like Mostar, Banja Luka or Nis?
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Old March 4th, 2005, 11:29 AM   #26
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Really impressive figures Mick. Looks like Croatian airports will top the charts in this region. That will mean so many planes in the sky above Croatia. Just hope none fall down.
lol, lets hope none falls
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Old March 4th, 2005, 11:35 AM   #27
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Novi Sad only has a small aerodrome, how could they handle more passengers than places like Mostar, Banja Luka or Nis?
actually all mentioned airports are quite small, and Novi Sad already handles more passengers than Banja Luka and Mostar.

edit : you are riight Novi sad is small very small airport, handled less than 10 000 pasangers last year....

Mostar currently only handles 60 000 passengers a year.
Brac which had no terminal to speak of until this year had 32 000 passengers.

I know it looks absurd and I might be wrong about those smaller airports as they are very unpredictable, it is only my best guess, for larger airports is easier to predict and guess as they have there information published and verified.

With Croatian entry in to EU in 2007/8 the numbers will only raise dramatically, look at places like Portugal, Greece and Spain who all benefited in air traffic after entry in to EU.

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Old March 15th, 2005, 02:20 AM   #28
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Ok, just a minor correction to your data...

Podgorica has just kicked off the construction of a new terminal building(10-20 million euro project), it will be built by a Cyprus company, finnished within a year(lets make it two...its the Balkans after all) and be able to handle one million passengers

Something similar will soon happen in Tivat & Nis.
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Old March 15th, 2005, 04:18 AM   #29
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Ok, just a minor correction to your data...

Podgorica has just kicked off the construction of a new terminal building(10-20 million euro project), it will be built by a Cyprus company, finnished within a year(lets make it two...its the Balkans after all) and be able to handle one million passengers

Something similar will soon happen in Tivat & Nis.
U got any pics? design sketches, I know Podgorica handled just under 300 000 passengers last year and is excepted to go over 300 000 this year but no pics of Podgorica airport.

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Old March 15th, 2005, 01:46 PM   #30
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Some Revisions are needed and to make it fair I researched some more data on Podgorica and Tivat airport and therefore I will adjust predictions for those 2 airports as well as Pula airport.

Predicted traffic of airports in former Yugoslavia by 2010.

Belgrade – 3.8 million
Zagreb – 3.25 million
Dubrovnik – 2.1 million
Ljubljana – 1.65 million
Split – 1.55 Million
Skopje – 1.35 million
Sarajevo – 1 000 000
Pula – 720 000
Tivat – 680 000
Zadar – 520 000
Podgorica – 490 000
Rijeka – 320 000
Ohrid – 180 000
Osijek – 125 000
Mostar 120 000
Banja Luka - 110 000
Nis – 95 000
Brac – 85 000
Maribor – 52 000
Portroz 32 000
N. Sad – 30 000
Losinj - 25 000

Note!. Brac, Losinj and Portoroz are only open during summer months and are not full time airports.

Predicted capacities of airports in former Yugoslavia by 2010.

Zagreb – 8.2 million
Belgrade – 6.5 million
Dubrovnik – 4million
Ljubljana – 3.2 million
Split – 2.5 Million
Sarajevo – 2.5 million
Skopje – 2 million
Pula – 1.5 million
Zadar – 1 million
Podgorica – 1 million
Tivat – 1 million
Rijeka – 520 000
Mostar 300 000
Ohrid – 300 000
Nis – 250 000
Osijek – 250 000
Maribor – 250 000
Brac – 120 000
Portroz 120 000
N. Sad – 120 000

Current traffic at airports listed (data for 2004)...

Zagreb 1 408 000
Dubrovnik 880 000
Split 788 000
Pula 156 000
Zadar 72 000
Rijeka 52 000
Brac 35 000
Osijek 32 000
Losinj 15 000

Ljubljana - 1 048 000
Portorose - 12 000
Maribor 5800

Belgrade - 2 013 000
Tivat - 366 000
Podgorica - 292 000
Pristina - 134 000
Nis - 64 000
N. Sad - 14 000

Sarajevo - 445 000
Mostar 52 000
B. Luka - 45 000

Skopje - 908 000
Ohrid - 92 000

the data for smaller airports is very hard to get by, but if you think I am wrong is some respect plz post your opinion and I will try to research bit better

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Old March 21st, 2005, 08:48 PM   #31
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any news on Croatian airports?
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Zagreb Airport new Air-Traffic control, - construction started in 2003 and completion date is May 2005.


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Old March 29th, 2005, 01:25 PM   #33
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Croatian Airline is to receive 2 new A320-200 this year one is to join fleet in March and one in May.

Deliveries of 3 more A319 is expected in 2006, bringing total to 15 Aircrafts for CA.

CA is excepted to transport 1.72 million passengers in 2005.
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Old March 29th, 2005, 01:56 PM   #34
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Mike, where did you find these informations? I didn't know that.
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Old March 29th, 2005, 04:27 PM   #35
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Mike, where did you find these informations? I didn't know that.
Croatian Airlines, - go to there website and look for press release or new aircrafts.

Original plan way back in 1998 when Croatia signed deal with Airbus was for 12 Airbus aircrafts, - but Croatia at the time only got 7, and left option opened for rest to be received after 2005.

On Croatian Airlines site they already stated they got new Aircraft joining the fleet, one in March and one presumably in May or early June.

I thought they might have said something on Croatian TV?

I assume they going to get - 3 A319 in 2006 or latest 2007,.
CA has originally planed to have 5A320 200 and 7 A319 100.
They also plan to get 5 new regional jets and sell of there ATR - 42.
CA plans to do this before the end of this decade, (ATR 42 are now 12 years old).

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Well done Mick.

You are a wealth of aviation information.
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Old April 2nd, 2005, 11:24 AM   #37
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What does currently CA have?
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Old April 5th, 2005, 02:54 PM   #38
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hi ya ppl, just few news,

Croatian Airlines to lease one more Aircraft totalling fleet of 12 Aircraft by May 1st.
Fleet should look like this by May 1st.
5A319 -150
4 A320 -200
3 ATR 42-500

more info on this follow the link (sorry in Croatian)

http://www.vecernji-list.hr/newsroo...248519/index.do

CA is excepted to carry 1.7 million passengers this year, it already carried over 320 000 Passengers in first 3 moths of this year.

CA is hoping to improve on last record year when it carried 1.56 million passengers and made over 320 million US$. CA is confident in its optimistic figures to have 1.26 million passengers between - April and October...

CA revenue are excepted to reach 2BnHRK or 356 millUS$ in 2005, Profits for the Airline are excepted to be slightly better than last year. 2005 will be 6th consecutive year for CA to finished with profits.

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Old April 5th, 2005, 02:55 PM   #39
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took me while to find this thread:-(

10 Aircraft before march, 11 aircrafts now and 12th will be joining soon on may 1st, read my article and vjesnik to...
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Great news Mick. Do you think there will be anymore additions to their fleet before the end of 2005?

How many more planes will they add in perhaps 2006?
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