Pula Airport expects 600 thousand passengers

first_imgAfter record June, July and August, in which Pua Airport recorded three consecutive months with more than 100.000 passengers for the first time, as well as a record number of air operations, they continue with record arrivals in September.Namely, on September 12, 2018, Pula Airport expects 600 thousand passengers, who have not been at the Pula airport since the independence of Croatia, and at the beginning of August last year’s record of 500.000 passengers was achieved.This summer, Pula was connected by direct flights from 20 countries, with 76 destinations with direct flights, in cooperation with 42 companies. “We closed last year with 595.495 passengers, while this year we expect to cross 700.000 passengers and we immodestly hope to cross the number of passengers from 1987, the year when 701.370 passengers passed through our airport. So far, the total traffic from January to August has increased by 20% compared to last year, although our forecasts were an increase of 15% increase in the number of passengers. ” points out the director of Pula Airport, Svemir Radmilo.It is extremely important that flights with 17 companies to 22 destinations can still be realized until the end of September when the lines to: Belgrade, Zurich and London Heathrow are active, and by the end of October Pula Airport has open flights to another 20 destinations. , and these are still London, Oslo, Nantes, Frankfurt, Dublin, Rotterdam, Edinburgh, Moscow, Leeds Bradford, Manchester, Warsaw, Dusseldorf, Cologne, Berlin, Brussels, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Bristol and Helsinki, Liverpool.”It should be pointed out again that the reason for such figures lies in the fact of synergistic action of all stakeholders in tourism in Istria. There is primarily the Istria County Tourist Board, then the hotel industry with its investments in new hotel facilities, as well as the art of negotiating and introducing all carriers to the beauties of Istria and opportunities for a beautiful and attractive vacation provided by all destinations within the airport. Our job is to bring Europe closer to Istria, but also to show Istria to Europe, because we have something to show and something to be proud of. ” Radmilo concluded.last_img read more

Duterte considers returning to teaching after presidency

first_img“Kayasayang but anyway maybe in the — in a few days kung hindi na ako – lalo nakung hindi na ako presidente, about two years from now, I could devote mytime lecturing,” the Chief Executive added. “Kaya sayang but anyway maybe in the — in a few days kung hindi na ako – lalo na kung hindi na ako presidente, about two years from now, I could devote my time lecturing,” says President Rodrigo Duterte. AFP The President also said that he couldgive policemen a “complete rundown” on what they should learn about criminallaw and other procedures in just 30 minutes. MANILA – President Rodrigo Duterte iscontemplating at returning to teaching criminal law once his presidential termcomes to an end in June 30, 2022. “I became a lecturer of the – where youtrained doon diyan sa [Barangay]Mintal. I stayed there for quite a time from being a prosecutor. I was handlingCriminal Law, Criminal Evidence and Criminal Procedure until – until mymayorship days,” Duterte said.center_img Duterte recalled in a speech the othernight in Davao City that he was lecturing on criminal law before he becamemayor. “Angsinasabi ko lang may guide ka andin 30 minutes, in a very clear and concise language, I can convey to you whatCriminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Criminal Evidence is,” Duterte said. “Gustoko talagang magturo sa inyo. Hindi ko— hindi ako magsabi na pinakabright akopero ‘pag nakuha mo ‘to, good ka na.‘Yun na ang guide mo pagka-pulis mohabang buhay, hanggang sa kamatayan,” he added./PNlast_img read more

Jana Rosenstein, aka Fabu Carneiro, is Kotoko’s new physio

first_imgKotoko supporters yesterday at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium gave Jana Rosenstein, a warm welcome when they spotted her on the team’s bench in the friendly match against Bechem United.Jana, a German physiotherapist, who is at the club for a volunteer work until November, was part of Kotoko’s medical team for the game. When the medics were called for the first time in the match by the referee to attend to a situation, Jana ran onto the pitch with Dr. Kwaku Boateng to hefty cheers and applause by the fans.The home fans were apparently wooed by the young lady’s sprints on the pitch, which they applauded anytime the medical team took to the field. Kotoko drew 1-1 with the Bechem lads and some of fans shared their views on the game with Asantekotokosc.com.“It was a nice match because Kotoko played well. I saw a lot of decent passes, movements and organization. The fact the team the coach paraded wasn’t the first team gives me a lot of joy” said Michael Owusu from Asokwa.“Bechem United surprised me. They were good. I kept asking myself how they are at the bottom ranks of the league table if this how they have been playing” wondered Kwame Opoku another devout fan.Coach David Duncan fielded players who have not been active lately and for him, the exercise went well. He told Asantekotokosc.com that, the team would leave nothing to chance as they begin preparation on Monday for the August 30 MTN FA Cup final against Medeama in Sekondi. Jana is being likened to Chelsea’s Eva Carneiro (below).–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more