Zagreb Airport records busiest month

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Zagreb Airport has recorded its busiest month this July since opening its doors by handling 351.532 passengers, representing an increase of 14.4% compared to last year. Its busiest day was July 17 when 12.598 travellers were processed, while a further three days boasted over 12.000 passengers. During the January - July period, Zagreb Airport handled 1.687.474 travellers, up 10.1%. The airport previously said it was targeting 8% growth this year.

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

Comments

  1. Anonymous16:17

    Interesting how the airport grew more in June. Any reason for that?

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    1. Anonymous16:57

      More passengers in July so lower overall percentage.

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    2. Anonymous17:09

      @AnonymousAugust 2, 2017 at 4:17 PM

      Almost identical growth in pax, %g wise it was less July is busier month.

      3.1 million pax in for 2017 now looks all but certain.

      3.7 million in 2018.

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  2. Anonymous16:59

    Bravo, Zagreb, keep up the good work!

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  3. Anonymous17:04

    Wow nice, so all Croatian airports together will have handled 1,5 million Pax in July alone :)

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  4. Anonymous19:31

    Bravo Hrvatska!

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  5. Anonymous03:51

    Impresivno. Kao fan BEG drago mi je što nije bilo zlobe iz Beograda, a ne kao pre par dana kada su SPU huligani vandalizovali vest o rekordu na BEG aerodromu. Ovo je civilizovano.

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    1. Anonymous05:05

      S obzirom na velicinu Splitskog terminala, Splitski rezultati su svojevrstan podvig i puno govore o organizaciji rada samog aerodroma.

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    2. Anonymous13:45

      @Anon at 5:05
      True, but you missed the point completely.

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    3. Anonymous14:04

      Get a life.

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    4. Anonymous14:39

      Good advice for hooligans.

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