Split and Dubrovnik see record August


Croatia's two busiest coastal airports have registered their strongest August on record. Split Airport handled 486.581 travellers, an increase of 13% compared to the same month last year. As a result, Split was the country's busiest airport in August, ahead of both Dubrovnik and Zagreb. Overall this year, Split Airport welcomed 1.717.428 travellers through its doors, up 18.2%.

On the other hand, Dubrovnik Airport saw 378.473 passengers during the month, an increase of 12.8%. Over the past eight months, its figures improved 14.9% to 1.438.077 passengers. A number of carriers have already announced plans to commence new services to both Split and Dubrovnik next year. They can be viewed in more detail on the right hand side in the new route launches section.


  1. Anonymous12:45

    Great improvement!

  2. Anonymous17:23

    So Split is on target of 2.25 million pax for this year and very good chance of hitting 2.5 million pax in 2017. Dubrovnik is set to hit 1.9 million this year and 2.15 million in 2017.

    Great results for both airports, in fact great result for all of Croatia's airports, most are set to have a record year in 2016.

    Zagreb - 2.8 million~
    Split - 2.25 million~
    Dubrovnik - 1.9 million~
    Zadar - 500K~
    Pula - 500k~
    Rijeka - 175k~
    Osijek - 30k~

    Croatia - 8.15 million~

    2017 should be even better.

    Zagreb - 3.1 million~
    Split - 2.55 million~
    Dubrovnik - 2.15 million~
    Zadar - 550K~
    Pula - 550k~
    Rijeka - 200~
    Osijek - 50k~

    Croatia - 9.15 million~

  3. Anonymous19:14

    Monarch to start Manchester-Zagreb flights from 2017.

    1. Anonymous19:17


    2. Anonymous19:38


    3. Anonymous21:09

      There is no mention of Zagreb on their website,

    4. Anonymous14:07

      Wow, out of Gatwick on 135 and out of Manchester on 16, didn't expect that. Nice development there.

  4. Anonymous08:45



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