Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Split and Dubrovnik airports see record June

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The airports in Split and Dubrovnik have registered their strongest June on record. Split Airport handled 403.585 passengers during the month, an increase of 25.5% on last year. As a result, during the first half of 2017, the airport welcomed 872.443 travellers through its doors, up 27.1%. Similarly, Dubrovnik Airport saw 338.729 passengers last month, representing an increase of 17.3%. Overall, this year, it welcomed 812.553 travellers through its doors, up 20.1% Both airports will handle their millionth passenger of the year this July.

22 comments:

  1. Interesting how DBV is actually catching up to SPU.

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    1. Not really, they both grow at very nice rate but DBV used to have better pre-season and early season numbers (May-June)compared to SPU, now that changed, the difference just in June is about 65k... July will be probably about 175-200k in favor of SPU

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  2. Split had more than 400K and a growth of 26%.
    Zadar had 20% in June, so the coast is doing very well.

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  3. Can we expect SPU to have 2.7 this year?

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    1. Currently, without any growth they would have 2.47mil pax, so yeah I'd say 2.7mil should be achieved easily... (just feel sorry for all those ppl flying on saturdays from SPU haha)

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  4. I am surprised no other day became a mess like Saturday did... i remember the queues being like 400 m long.

    I am curious to see if winter improves a bit, maybe it makes it to 2.75

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  5. Split close to Belgrade in June, that is crazy ... of course, they will fad away September comes, but still ...

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    1. Yup... 105.000 difference. What is even more shocking is that this year the difference between SPU and ZAG will be less than 300.000!

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    2. The diff between ZAG and SPU at the end of 2017 will be more then 500k.

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    3. I would certainly not call 105,000 difference "close".

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    4. Split could have 680.000 in July which will most probably make it the busiest in the EX-Yu for that month.

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    5. Well if SPU will have around 2.7 and Zagreb around 3 then that means there will be a difference of 300.000

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    6. ZAG will have 3.2 M pax in 2017.
      The diff will be 500k, you like it or not.

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    7. OK, you Nostradamuses, shouldn't we wait at least few more months before being so certain about the projections?

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  6. Bravo Hrvatska!

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    1. Aman dosta vise!... dosadio si i Bogu i ljudima vise sa tim sloganom!

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    2. Sta se pjenis?
      Pusti covjeka nek navija

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    3. Why are you mad? Hrvatska apparently is going to have an excellent 2017...

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  7. Meni nije dosadio

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  8. Zagreb had 315,000 pax is my bet! Also a record June for sure! But Split and Dubrovnik are steaming ahead, it's insane!!

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  9. At this rate SPU may overtake BEG as the busiest airport

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