Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Zagreb and Dubrovnik airports see busy November

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The airports in Zagreb and Dubrovnik have continued to register strong passenger growth into November. Zagreb Airport handled 222.697 travellers during the month, an increase of 12.5% on last year. The number of aircraft movements stood at 3.078, up 3.1%. Since January, Zagreb Airport has welcomed 2.886.371 travellers through its doors, an improvement of 11.9% year-on-year, aircraft movements were up 1.9% to 38.763, while 10.550 tonnes of cargo was processed, an increase of 14.3%. The airport anticipates welcoming its three-millionth passenger of the year this month, marking the first time it has achieved such a milestone. Zagreb Airport has further noted that it expects similar growth trends to continue into 2018.

MonthPAXChange (%)
JAN168.788 7.4
FEB154.679 1.0
MAR192.533 3.3
APR240.168 18.7
MAY268.847 8.9
JUN310.927 16.3
JUL351.532 14.4
AUG347.663 13.3
SEP330.855 15.0
OCT297.682 17.4
NOV222.697 12.5

Dubrovnik Airport saw 34.090 passengers last month, representing a notable increase of 40.4%. Overall, during the January - November period, it welcomed 2.296.391 travellers through its doors, up 16.5%. Dubrovnik has already overtaken its 2016 end-of-year result when it registered 1.993.243 passengers.

MonthPAXChange (%)
JAN19.329 23.4
FEB22.813 0.9
MAR33.834Decrease 18.8
APR143.920 52.1
MAY253.928 19.0
JUN338.729 17.3
JUL442.122 15.4
AUG440.789 16.5
SEP348.749 14.0
OCT216.363 6.7
NOV34.090 40.4

48 comments:

  1. Good to see! So Croatian airports will handle around 10 Million passengers this year.

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  2. Brussels Airlines to start Zadar - Brussels from nex year on!

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    1. Finally! Now ZAD needs a link to AMS!

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    2. Yes ZAD definitely lacks links to the Netheralnds while there are more options. Transavia could start flights from Amsterdan and/or Rotterdam and/or Eindhoven. Easyjet could start from Amsterdam and Ryanair from Eindhoven. I think whoever starts it it would be a huge success.

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  3. What happened in March at both airports?

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    1. Easter in April compared to March last year.

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    1. In 2016 Easter was in March, but in 2017 it was in April. All other airports also had decrease.

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  5. Excellent results!

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  6. So this year it will be

    ZAG 3,1 million (+0,3 million)
    SPU 2,8 million (+0,4 million)
    DBV 2,3 million (+0,3 million)

    Next year (by airports prognoses)
    ZAG 3,5 million
    SPU 3,2 million
    DBV 2,7 million

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    1. Losa ti j3 matematika

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    2. A jel kako je to loša? Što je, majke ti, pogrešno. Ili misliš da će 12. mjesec biti bitno lošiji nego cijela godina? Jel povećanje za 12. mjesec je stavljeno prema trendu u cijeloj 2017.

      Ili da će iduća godina biti bitno lošija nego ova?

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    3. Razlika izmedju 2.2 mil i nesto kusura i 2.7.mil i nesto kusura je 0.5 mil

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    4. it depends how the AC Rouge flights go next year. This will show growth for ZAG. Other airlines will probably remain stable. Split will see growth if they can handle the capacity.

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    5. Zagreb will from now on grow at an accelerated rate, 300 000 pax per year minimum, 500-550 000 an an average. With arrival of LCCs this number could double, till airport hits 8 million pax.

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  7. So, Croatian airports will have 9,7 million passengers this year.

    For sure 11 million next year.

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  8. I think DBV will surpass ZAG in 2018. If you go to Wikipedia you will see how many new routes DBV will start compared to ZAG. 12 new routes in total!!!!

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    1. Sure. It will gain almost a million of new passengers in one year.

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    2. So modest, that will make DBV 45% increase in 2018. Sure!

      And you do know that ZAG will have (for now) 6 new routes in 2018, some of those even with wide-bodies.

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    3. ZAG still has some routes that are to be announced for 2018/2019...

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  9. Zagreb will add more passengers this year than Dubrovnik. And Split more than any other ex-yu airport.
    Great results overall!

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  10. I hope that city of Trogir will limit the number of planes landing there. It has a negative impact on the historical heritage.

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    1. Sto, jos se ta prica o frkvenciji rada motora i kamena mota po javnosti?

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    2. The pollution impacts are terrible, for the sake of few bucks the priceless historical heritage is being devastated.

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    3. Ne nasmijavaj me

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    4. As I said, short sighted politics is obviously not limited to politicians only.

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    5. Ajde, prosvijetli me
      Molim, navedi jedan ucinak devastacije kulturna dobra koji se moze dovesti u izravnu vezu s zracnim prometom ponad Trogira.

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    6. Hahaha! Chemtrails!!
      Savjet ljudima u Hrvatskoj - prestanite histerizirati oko gluposti i bolje se brinite oko toga da vam je industrial proizvodnja Vic, a ovisnost o turizmu I fu...ing bastini na nivou banana republike.

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    7. Slažem se s Michaelom, jednostavno nam je udio turizma u BDP-u previsok, koliko god brojke lijepo izgledale na papiru.

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    8. Michaele, ajde ti prije nego kreneš sa filozofiranjempogledaš u svoju baštu, pa onda drugima popuj.

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    9. Michaele je poreklom iz Hrvatske, ako do sada nisi shvatio.

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    10. A ja bih trebao voditi evidenciju tko je od kuda?

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    11. Ja sam iz Dubrovnika i napisao sam post 8:31. Hrvatska mora smanjiti ovisnost o turizmu i poticati i druge grane gospodarstva. Znam kako Dubrovnik izgleda ljeti, prezagušen je, ako ti to nije jasno, možeš se i sam uvjeriti, frishki.

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    12. Ne, samo ne treba da skaces i pravis zakljucke. Valjda neko iz Hrvatske moze da kaze nesto za Hrvatsku a da nije "Bravo Croatia" i "Amazing", mada citajuci ovde komentare izgleda da ne.

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    13. Prvo, znam zbrojiti dva i dva i svakoj je ptici na grani jasno da smo ovisni o turizmu. Drugo, komentiram njegov "s visoka" stav i pametovanja nekom anonimusu.

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  11. https://dnevnik.hr/vijesti/hrvatska/trogirani-se-bune-zbog-zracne-luke-resnik---421527.html

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    1. Zbirnim imenom "vlaska posla"

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    2. Of course, you know it better than people who are impacted directly.

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    3. http://www.slobodnadalmacija.hr/dalmacija/split-zupanija/clanak/id/297487/susjedi-splitskog-aerodroma-avioni-nam-siju-karcinom

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    4. Hahaha, ova je vrh

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    5. Rekao sam da navedes nesta cvrsto i dokazano.
      A ne price lokalna puka

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    6. Evo, pomoci cu ti
      https://bib.irb.hr/datoteka/140311.Steiner_SarajevoConference.doc

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  12. Evo, pomoci cu ti
    https://bib.irb.hr/datoteka/140311.Steiner_SarajevoConference.doc

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    1. Don't even bother ... he is blind to any rational argument you can present. Only the money counts, the people are disposable in his view.

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    2. Dobro, opce je poznato kako su ljudi glupi.
      Naravno kako zracni promet sa sobom vuce neke negativne nus pojave.
      No, po tome se ne razlikuje puno od cestovna prometa s kojim Trogir ima neusporedivo vise problema.
      No, dokon puk ipak ne vidi dalje od svoje straznjice oliti guzice kako bi u Trogiru kazali.

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