Split on the upAll of Croatia’s main airports reported passenger growth in the summer month of August, with the only exception being Rijeka, which continues to struggle. Zadar and Dubrovnik saw the greatest increase in the number of passengers when compared to the same month last year, with Dubrovnik beating its August 1987 record.
Croatia’s main airport, Zagreb, handled 231.155, an increase of 4.8%. However, both Split and Dubrovnik handled more passengers, 246.221 (+ 14.9%) and 259.638 (+ 21.7%) respectively. Together, Croatia’s three largest airports welcomed 737.014 passengers. Pula managed to secure modest gains by handling 78.996 passengers, an increase of 2.9%. Similarly, Osijek saw an increase of 2.3%. Zadar, which handled 56.624 passengers, noted the greatest monthly increase in the country of 34.9%.
Meanwhile, there was more bad news for Rijeka. With 13.544 passengers passing through the airport, it registered a decrease of 42.1%. Overall, in the first 8 months of the year, only Zagreb and Rijeka have seen a passenger decrease.
Below you can view August 2010 results for Croatian airports:
|Airport||Passengers AUG 2010||Passengers AUG 2009||Change (%)|