Split Airport registers Covid passenger drop


Croatia’s second busiest airport welcomed 16.466 passengers in March, representing a decrease of 67.1% compared to the same month last year. Split Airport was impacted by the coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak. Although the airport has not been formally closed, it no longer has any commercial flights. During the first quarter, Split Airport handled 79.501 travellers, down 34.4% on Q1 2019, although its February figures were impacted by runway work which forced the diversion of some flights to Zadar. So far, Split has shed 41.721 passengers on last year.

MonthPAXChange (%)
JAN36.741 1.0
FEB26.294 24.5
MAR16.466 67.1


  1. Anonymous13:57

    Unfortunately this is just the beginning. Today we recorded over 151.000 unemployed and I think it will get worse as we get closer to the summer.


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