Zagreb AirportAs July draws to a close, all of Croatia’s main airports have reported their passenger figures for June 2010 and the news is good. All of Croatia’s airports reported increased passenger numbers with the exception of Rijeka, which continues to struggle not only financially but passenger wise as well.
The biggest passenger increase, when compared to the same month last year, was recorded in Zadar. The airport handled 33.838 passengers last month, an increase of 36.4%. Also doing well were Osijek and Dubrovnik with the airports reporting an 18.1% and 12.2% increase respectively. Osijek’s result should be particularly noted because the airport saw aircraft movement fall by 30.7%, when compared to June 2010. Split handled 154.776 passengers compared to 147.865 and thus recorded a 4.6% increase. Out of all of the airports reporting growth this June, Zagreb saw an increase of only 1.4%, handling 200.515 passengers.
On the other hand, Rijeka struggled with passenger numbers declining 43.8% this June. It welcomed only 9.341 passengers. Below you can view June 2010 results for Croatian airports:
|Airport||Passengers JUN 2010||Passengers JUN 2009||Change (%)|