Increased number of airlines to Split and Brac

first_imgGreat announcements come to us from airports in Croatia, which this year never have more scheduled flights.In 2018, between March 25 and October 27, it was introduced more than 70 new regular lines, while the growth of the total number of rotations is 15% compared to 2017. This growth represents an increase in the number of rotations from 29.843 rotations in 2017 to more than 34.400 rotations in 2018. And that this season will be a record again, or at least on the right track, is shown by the data as they are in February 2018 Croatian airports recorded 229 thousand passengers or 13,9% more than in the same month last year, according to data from the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS).Analyzing the summer flight schedule by destination, according to the absolute number of announced new rotations, Split leads with an increase of 27,7%, in second place is Dubrovnik with an increase of 19,6%, while in third place is Zagreb with a growth of 6%. This year, in addition to numerous multi-year flights from European cities, Split Airport will be connected by new Volote flights with Nice, Palermo and Bergamo, while Thomas Cook flights will connect it with London, Bristol and Glasgow, Dausseldorf and Hanover. , so this year Split will have almost 90 direct lines with Europe.A year after the new extended runway of Brac Airport was put into operation, this year it is planned that twice as many passengers will land on it as last year. Thus, with 47 airline guests as expected on the basis of already signed contracts and flight announcements, Brac would have the best year in the history of the airport. “86-seater Dash planes will fly from Zagreb, and the Adria Airways route from Ljubljana to Brač will be introduced for the first time in May. flights via Ljubljana to Brac directly from Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam ” said is Tonči Peović, director of Brač Airport.From this summer, it will be possible to fly to Brac for the first time from Bern, Switzerland, by Skyworks, which will fly a 60-seat plane on Saturdays from June, just as Luxembourg will be connected to Brac every week. TUI is strengthening all its lines to Brač, so it flies from Brussels, Rotterdam and Deauville, and in the peak season, two-week lines to Brač from Italy are expected.Related news:MORE THAN 70 NEW REGULAR AIRLINES INTRODUCED FROM MARCH TO END OF OCTOBERPASSENGER GROWTH IN AIRPORTS OF 14% ACHIEVED IN FEBRUARYIS THE RIJEKA-KÖLN AIRLINE THREATENED THROUGH POOR FULLNESS?</p>
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Position change going more smoothly than Kinder expected

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on August 12, 2013 at 2:55 pm Contact David: | @DBWilson2 On Tuesday, John Kinder made a bit of a stir when he lined up at wide receiver, donning a green jersey. Shuffled down in the quarterback depth chart, he made the change.It’s no experiment, he said.“This is it. And make note mistakes about it,” he said, “I did this change to get on the field.”After almost one week, the transition has been even smoother than he could have imagined. He already knew the playbook, so that hasn’t been an issue, and he actually practiced a bit at wide receiver during his freshman season.That time, it was a foreign concept.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Kind of like learning Chinese,” he said.He had never played the position before, but now that he’s seen it played up close at the college level, it’s become easier.During his freshman year, though, it almost got him on the field. He said it wasn’t as a true wide receiver, but in some sort of package that could make use of his legs with the lingering threat of his arm. At that time, though, he said he wasn’t ready.“I feel like my time here, being that I’ve seen a lot of football, I’ve had the pleasure of watching guys like Marcus Sales and Alec Lemon do it, being in the film room,” Kinder said. “I feel like this time around I’m a lot more comfortable.”He’s primarily lined up in the slot during his brief time as a wideout. There, his thinner build, sufficient length and big hands could let him make plays underneath and in the middle of the field.Kinder will have one season of eligibility remaining after this season. Even if he doesn’t have an immediate effect, there could be some time in the future where he can, largely thanks to his work ethic.“He works harder than 90 percent of people out there,” quarterbacks coach Tim Lester said Saturday, “so getting him to a position where he probably has a more realistic chance of helping this ball club — that’s all he wants to do is help this team.”His familiarity with the rest of the wide receiver corps has helped, too. When he was calling the plays in the huddle, he was the one instructing his weapons.“Now they’re helping me out,” Kinder said.There haven’t been any bumps yet in terms of knowing the playbook. It’s now just about learning to excel at a position that he never has for an extended period of time.As a freshman, it was an experiment. Now it’s for real, and he has to learn what it takes to make a wide receiver great.Said Kinder: “It’s just a matter of coming into my own in terms of being a wide receiver and those little intricacies about the position.” Commentslast_img read more