Croatia Airlines registers passenger decline

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Croatia Airlines has registered a 67% decline in passenger numbers during the first eight months of the year when compared to 2019. The carrier previously forecast for its passenger numbers to dip 60% in 2020 on last year’s record of 2.179 million, due to the coronavirus pandemic. As a result, it will likely handle under one million travellers for the first time since 1999. The carrier noted its largest drop in passenger numbers was registered in April amounting to 95% due to lockdowns across the world and it maintaining a single scheduled service. Figures were down 94% in May, 81% in June, 70% in July and 67% in August.

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  1. Anonymous11:14

    So, how many passenger did they handle in the first 8 months?

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    1. Anonymous12:05

      Not a lot.

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    2. Anonymous12:06

      67% less than last year.

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  2. of course number of passengers is in decline cuz they keep canceling flights.

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  3. Lol, so in all these months the drop was larger than 67%, so how is it 67% compared to last year in total?

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    1. Anonymous14:50

      Because it wasn't greater in January, February and March.

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  4. Anonymous17:20

    I think that it's like this with majority of airlines in this Covid crisis.

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