Circumstances caused by the spread of COVID-19 disease directly affected the decline in passenger traffic at Croatian airports. Although air traffic began to open more and more after lockdown and after the euphoria due to the more than excellent season, as expected, the numbers still show the real situation. Namely, in July 2020, Croatian airports recorded 363 passengers or even 805% less than in the same month last year, when the turnover was 81,6 passengers. The total number of aircraft landings and take-offs at airports in July 2020 was 9, a decrease of 277% compared to July 53,0, when the number of landings and take-offs was 2019. The most significant international passenger traffic was realized with German airports, 96 thousand passengers, which is a decrease of 72,0% compared to the same period last year. Source: CBS The largest passenger traffic was realized by Split Airport with 169 thousand passengers (a decrease of 76,5% compared to July 2019, when 720 thousand passengers were transported), followed by Zagreb Airport with 77 thousand passengers (a decrease of 78,8% in compared to July 2019, when 364 thousand passengers were transported) and Dubrovnik Airport with 58 thousand passengers (a decrease of 88,6% compared to July 2019, when 511 thousand passengers were transported).
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As European governments moved to lock down their countries to curb the spread of the coronavirus, citizens turned to gallows humour to deal with the anxiety and boredom of their virtual house arrests.Some shared inspirational quotes, noting that William Shakespeare made the most of his time in quarantine to pen his most famous plays.Others mocked their own failures to live up to their lofty plans. “Day 4. 8am: Will use this time in isolation to do things I’ve always wanted! Maybe learn French? Or read all of Shakespeare? The possibilities are endless!” wrote Irish Twitter user @Michael1979 in his “quarantine diary”.”9pm: Going to bed. Tired after exhausting day of trying on different hats,” he later updated.Instead of encouraging others to use their downtime to explore their creative instincts, some urged caution.”I know this time of self isolation is hard and scary for people but however bad you are feeling — please, please don’t consider starting your own podcast,” wrote Irish user @nicolacoughlan in a tweet liked nearly 100,000 times. Footballers join inCelebrities also joined in, with Liverpool footballer James Milner playing on his “Mr Boring” reputation to give viral updates of his coping techniques.The 34-year-old former England midfielder posted images of himself sorting his tea bags one by one as a response to team-mate Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s glamorous video of him dancing with pop star girlfriend Perrie Edwards on their stairs.”Barrels of laughs here in Milner household as well — rationing the tea bags for the week,” he tweeted on Monday.One widely shared joke focused on panic-buying, that has seen supermarkets stripped of long-life goods and cleaning products.”ASDA: 2 hand sanitisers and a 4 pack of toilet rolls. TESCO: 1 hand sanitiser, 500g of rice and 4 pack of toilet rolls; WAITROSE: 1 lobster, 6 quails eggs and 100g of Foie Gras.”ALDI: MIG welder, a pink sports bra, 2 trumpets and 1 wetsuit.” Those worried about not being able to exercise could try an “olive oil” treadmill by squirting the slippery substance onto the kitchen floor and using the worktop as a support, a video suggested.Some speculated that locked-down couples might find other ways to keep fit.”Prediction: There will be a minor baby boom in 9 months, and then one day in 2033, we shall witness the rise of THE QUARANTEENS,” joked one much-shared tweet.Russian football fans dealt with the outbreak with fatalism. Zenit Saint Petersburg supporters held up a huge banner reading “we are all infected with football and will die for Zenit”. Fellow citizens mocked the Russian government, joking that “upon crossing Russia’s borders any coronavirus becomes seasonal flu”.Another popular joke made light of fears over food shortages in the form of a lonely-hearts message.”URGENT! A man with a supply of buckwheat groats and pasta seeks a woman with a supply of sugar and toilet paper,” it read.Kids and catsAcross the west, the younger generation made fun of their inability to deal with food rationing, including in @Michael1979’s viral quarantine diary.”Day 1: I have stocked up on enough non-perishable food and supplies to last me for months, maybe years.”Day 1 + 45 minutes: I am in the supermarket because I wanted a Twix.”Inevitably, animals became an online focal point, with #QuarantineCats trending on Twitter as users posted their pets — many of them dressed up — to boost spirits.Other videos showed the felines walking over laptops and playing with crucial cables as the reality of working from home set in for millions.Those with young children faced similar problems. Twitter user Lindsey C wrote that the “biggest takeaway so far, my son’s teacher needs a raise”.Others tweeted joke pictures of their children locked in cages or handcuffed, leaving them free to work undisturbed.Even those without children or pets were having trouble adapting to working from home, with self-discipline a common problem.”DAY 1: Crisp shirt, fresh jeans, Seize The Day!! DAY 2: Sweatpants, yesterday’s underwear. DAY 3: Seriously questions value of showering and shaving. DAY 4: Takes first two conference calls from bed,” joked quarantined user @SievertMike.Through the uncertainty, humour was also used to try and bring some perspective to the strange new reality.”Your grandparents were called to war. You’re being called to sit on your couch. You can do this,” @SaraJefry wrote on Twitter.Topics :
Submit Share StumbleUpon Share Alessandro Fried, BtoBetOperators should think very carefully about using a platform owned by other operators, according to BtoBet Chairman Alessandro Fried.In the latest white paper report for BtoBet, Fried assesses trusting times for sportsbook and casino platform providers, and whether outsourcing your product or developing it in-house is the best way to go.“To be able to deliver a long-lasting software product involves a company structure, a product organization and planning to ensure a long life for the product,” he said.“Collaboration and TRUST are the name of the game with operators seeking providers that have the capability to aggregate all the available content while providing players with a seamless customer journey. Only providers with an open, independent and foresighted approach can manage this type of offering.”Fried cautions against the use of a platform developed by operators, because the products are often generated first as a B2C platform, by operators who then decide to also offer the product as a B2B option to mitigate the high cost of its creation and maintenance.He says that any decision to share player data (including names, personal data and preferences) must not be taken lightly, since this is giving a competitor insight into “the heart of any operator’s business”.Fried also continues with the theme of ‘trust’ by highlighting its importance within a partnership, particularly when an operator is choosing a technological partner and adopting software that has not been developed in-house but as a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS).He suggests that a good technological partner is one that gives constant support to their clients through skilled and knowledge referrals, holds extensive knowledge of the industry, and helps operators to achieve objectives in a safe environment that cannot cause damage to their business.Fried concludes by looking 10 years in advance, during which time “player data insight is sure to proliferate”, with more digital services, platforms and devices than ever before capable of generating data insights, including social media and messaging apps, location-based services, and online and mobile payments services.“These multiple sources of data, combined with the ever-improving capacity to reconcile data coming from different devices, will enable an increasingly rich view of the players,” says Fried. “It means we will move from today’s still largely two-dimensional view to one that is fully contextually relevant.”