Zagreb numbers are on the up
In September, Zagreb handled 213.867, up by 7.8% on last year, despite the fact that the number of flights offered from Croatia’s main airport has declined. So far this year Pleso has welcomed 1.587.417 passengers and is closing the gap on last year. Dubrovnik and Split had reason to celebrate as both continue to report historic passenger numbers. Dubrovnik Airport saw an increase of 17.4%, while Split saw growth of 16.2%. Combined, the two airports handled 358.696 passengers in September. Zadar continues its unstoppable escalation in passenger numbers with the airport processing 38.266 passengers, up by 33.1%. Pula Airport reported a humble increase of over 4%.
On the other hand, Rijeka remains in the dark with numbers plummeting by 40.8%. The island airport handled only 9.870 passengers. So far this year the airport is seeing a 43% decrease in passenger numbers. Osijek’s figures also declined by 14%.
Below you can view September 2010 results for Croatian airports:
|Airport||Passengers SEP 2010||Passengers SEP 2009||Change (%)|