Zagreb Airport handles under a million passengers

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Zagreb Airport handled 924.823 passengers in 2020 marking its slowest year in decades. The figure represents a decrease of 73.1% on the previous year. The number of aircraft movements was down 52.3% to 21.510. In December, the airport welcomed 41.498 travellers through its doors, down 82%. Zagreb Airport was one of the few in the region to remain open for commercial traffic during the height of the global lockdowns last spring.

MonthPAXChange (%)
JAN203.035 6.2
FEB184.236 1.7
MAR97.063 58.3
APR5.018 98.2
MAY13.881 95.5
JUN44.402 86.8
JUL78.070 78.7
AUG93.553 75.1
SEP65.963 81.2
OCT55.289 83.3
NOV42.715 82.7
DEC41.498 82.0

Comments

  1. Anonymous13:59

    Much better than nearby Ljubljana.

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    1. Anonymous14:06

      what a pity comment...

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    2. Anonymous14:29

      Just ignore him... He's always the first one to comment something negative about Ljubljana almost under every article. Related or not. So pathetic...

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    3. Anonymous18:24

      If I were a Slovenian aviation fan I would also be depressed and/or pissed off.

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    4. Anonymous19:18

      I think everyone who is aviation lover in Slovenia is depressed

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  2. Anonymous17:27

    Just ignore 2020, this is not a year for statistics. Even LHR or FRA were hit so hard. I don't think 2021 will be a good year either.

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  3. Few bad years ahead for sure before recovery. Just hope that 2020 was the worst!

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  4. Anonymous01:32

    It is what it is. Around 50000 less passengers then Pristina airport.

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    1. Anonymous18:09

      * than Pristina.

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    2. Anonymous22:40

      ZAG and PRN are so close now.

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