Autumn growth for Croatian airports

Rijeka Airport most improved in October
In October Zagreb Airport surpassed the two million passenger mark by handling 208.384 passengers, an increase of 11.3% compared to the same month last and thus handled 2.083.384 passengers in the first ten months of the year. Zagreb is on target to reach its best result in history since it opened its doors in 1962.

There was also good news for all of Croatia’s other major airports in October as well. Dubrovnik handled 107.546 passengers, an increase of 4.5% and has so far welcomed 1.287.991 passengers. Split also did well standing at 92.698 passenger, up 8.3% on October 2010. The most improved airport in the month of October compared to last was Rijeka, which saw passenger figures rise by 52%. Also worth mentioning is Pula, which with 15.415 passengers improved its result by 43.9%. The busiest airports in 2011 after Zagreb, Dubrovnik and Split are Pula, Zadar and Rijeka.

Below you can review the performance of Croatia’s airports in October 2011. Overall, Croatian airports handled 459.538 passengers, an increase of 9.7% compared to October 2010. The statistics have been provided by the Croatian Bureau of Statistics.

AirportPassengers OCT 2011Passengers OCT 2010Change (%)
Zagreb208.384187.286 11.3
Dubrovnik107.546102.963 4.5
Pula15.41510.714 43.9
Split92.69885.592 8.3
Zadar26.58725.590 3.9
Osijek2.6972.311 16.7
Rijeka5.5033.620 52.0
Mali Lošinj230217 6.0


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