Two Montenegrin airports: Tivat and Podgorica entered the TOP-10 of the busiest airports among the countries of the former Yugoslavia
, namely, they ranked eighth and ninth in the list, respectively.
The list of the ten largest airports by the number of transports located in the territory of the former Yugoslavia was published by the aviation portal ExYu. The first on this list was the Nikola Tesla Airport in Belgrade (Serbia), which passenger traffic in 2018 was 5.64 million passengers in total, which is 5.6% more than last year.Tivat Airport, with a total of 1,245,999 transported passengers, ranked eighth on the list, ahead of Podgorica Airport, which ranked next, ninth, servicing 1,208,595 passengers during 2018
. The last in the list of the ten largest airports among the countries of the former Yugoslavia is Sarajevo Airport with a passenger turnover of 1.04 million people.
It is also worth noting that in 2018, two Montenegrin airports served almost 270 thousand passengers more than last year, which once again confirms the attractiveness of Montenegro as a tourist destination, as well as the constant expansion of zones, the increase and the creation of new air routes.
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