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[PHOTOS] 1,000,000th Passenger Arrives at Dubrovnik Airport

Dubrovnik Airport welcomes its 1,000,000th passenger (Photo: Dubrovnik Airport)

Dubrovnik Airport on Croatia’s southern Dalmatian coast welcomed its one millionth passenger on Thursday.

The airport’s 1,000,000th passenger was Cameron Neil Smith from Canada who arrived on a Turkish Airlines flight from Istanbul on Thursday morning.

Dubrovnik’s one millionth passenger arrived this year 15 days earlier than the millionth passenger of 2016.

Smith was presented with gifts from both Turkish Airlines and Dubrovnik Airport.

(Photo Credit: Dubrovnik Airport)

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