Zadar Airport handles millionth passenger

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Zadar Airport has welcomed its millionth passenger of the year today, for the first time in its history, after it added a further 184.926 travellers in September. The millionth passenger arrived on a Ryanair flight from Charleroi, which was greeted by a water cannon salute. As a result, Zadar has become the fourth airport in Croatia to process over one million customers annually. It previously registered its busiest September on record, outperforming the same month during the pre-pandemic 2019 by 58.7%. During the first three quarters of the year, Zadar Airport handled a record 990.046 passengers through its doors. Zadar Airport’s strong recovery from Covid-19 has been fuelled by Ryanair, which launched its seasonal summer base in the city with three aircraft and introduced a number of new routes.

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  1. Anonymous11:11

    Excellent news. A few gaps remain though, hopefully next year will be even better. Hoping for the Baltics, Spain, more France and Scandinavia.

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    1. Anonymous11:26

      +1

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    2. Anonymous16:28

      And more flights to Amsterdam. The two flights per week from the beginning of july to the end of august are not enough!

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    3. Anonymous16:44

      Easyjet could offer a lot more for a few more months. Other destinations missing include Zurich and Geneva. Madrid, Barcelona and Lyon would be good too.

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  2. Anonymous12:38

    Bravo Hrvatska!

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  3. Anonymous13:14

    Dear people, what is good about mass tourism and devastation of the coast?

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    1. Anonymous16:02

      Money

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    2. Anonymous16:37

      What devastation? Construction and development are not necessarily devastation. More visitors neither.

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    3. Anonymous17:54

      Croatia has the cleanest water in the EU as of this year, so...

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    4. Anonymous21:29

      What devastation? Croatian coast is so long and still wonderful, empty (mostly) and beautifully wild.

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  4. Anonymous15:24

    Well done!

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  5. Bravo Zadar! Any chance you organize brief course for RJK management? Guys from LJU and ZAG can join as well.

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  6. Anonymous22:53

    At least RJK has an international OU service

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    1. Hahaha, you really dare comparing RJK with 150.000 and ZAD with 1.000.000 pax? And its 2 or 3 weekly Q400 to MUC?

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  7. OU all but retreated from ZAD.

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