What do US policymakers make of UK strategic thinking in the wake of the Integrated Review, and how could subsequent events affect the transatlantic defence relationship?
Adria Airways reports October 2008 traffic
In the first ten months of this year Adria Airways carried more than 1,149,450 passengers, which is 17% more than in the same period last year. The total number of flights was also up by 15% -scheduled flights by 16% and charter flights by 11%.
In scheduled services, the most important sector, Adria operated 16% more flights in the first ten months of the year and carried 960,809 passengers, which is 20% up on the same period last year.
In the month of October alone, Adria carried a total of 109,413 passengers, which is 4% more than in October 2007. Adria operated 2,187 scheduled flights - 12% more than in October last year - and a total of 2,385 flights - 9% more than in the same period last year. The number of passengers on scheduled flights was 97,932, which is 7% more than in the same period last year.
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