Bosnias air passenger traffic edges down 0.3% in Jan 2013.

By bne IntelliNews March 13, 2013
The combined air passenger traffic at Bosnias four international airports edged down 0.3% y/y to 34,111 in January, following a 7.1% annual rise in December 2012, the countrys directorate for civil aviation, BHDCA, said on its website. In monthly terms the number of passengers shrank 10%. The number of flights, however, jumped 71% y/y to 841 in January. The bulk of the passengers were serviced at the Sarajevo airport, where 33,437 travellers boarded or landed in January, up 0.6% y/y. The Banja Luka airport was the second busiest airport in the country as it handled 518 passengers in January, down from 791 a year earlier. The Mostar airport saw a 12.4% drop in Januarys passenger numbers to 155.
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