Split Airport handles three-millionth passenger

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Split Airport welcomed its three-millionth passenger of the year yesterday, marking the first time it has achieved such a milestone. The traveller arrived on a Croatia Airlines flight from Frankfurt. Split Airport's General Manager, Lukša Novak, said, "It wasn't so long ago that we used to welcome our millionth traveller this time of year, and then later our second millionth passenger. Within just three years we increased our figures by one million, meaning we achieved our goal". He added, "By the end of the year, we expect to handle a further 150.000 passengers". Split Airport has seen its figures grow by 10% in 2018. The airport is in the process of building its new multi million euro terminal, which is scheduled for completion early next year. Some 70% of construction work has been completed so far.

Split Airport's three-millionth passenger Iva Mrkonjić Ljušanin (left)

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  1. Congratulations Split! :)

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  2. Congrats SPU! :)

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  3. Looking forward to seeing the TS A330 on the apron next year on the fright from Toronto :)

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    1. in front of new portion of terminal

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  4. Anyone know when we can expect ZAG to hit the 3 million mark?

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    1. +1 would be great to know if someone knows how they are doing so far in October. Airport has been quiet lately.

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    2. Zagreb will have around 2.87-2.9 million pax at the end of this month. 3.0 million sometimes in mid November.

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    3. Can we expect 10% growth in October?

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    4. BA just announced increases/decreases for next year and I was sad to see ZAG remained unchanged. I hope they add more flights to ZAG. BUD is going 32 weekly. :O

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  5. Well done, hopefully we gonna reach 4mil by 2020.

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  6. Bravo momci-Aerodrom Split trenutno je veoma profitabilan dok potpuna suprotnost je Aerodrom Dubrovnik koji jedva uspjeva isplatit mjesecnu placu i je na rubu rentabilnosti-razlog je jednostavan aerodrom Dubrovnik daje popust usluga od 25%.

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    1. Is this for real? I guess that's how they attracted AA to fly there.

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  7. Bravo Hrvatska!

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  8. Again the lucky passanger on an OU flight! What are the chances! Ahahaha In Pula too. The record was broken on an OU flight. Funny.

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  9. Budite zdravi i drzite i dalje uspjesni korak.

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