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7.3% More Passengers Through Croatian Airports

The number of passengers to go through airports in Croatia in 2012 has increased 7.3% from last year, according to the Civil Aviation Agency.

At the end of November 5.7 million passengers had passed through airports in Croatia this year. Zagreb Airport in the nation’s capital recorded the most passengers with 2.1 million, 4.1% more than in 2011.

Dubrovnik Airport had 9.7% growth in 2012 with 1.4 million passengers, whilst Split Airport was up 8.2% with 1.3 million passengers. The largest growth however was recorded at Zadar Airport on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast, where Ryanair have recently announced that they will set up base, with 32% more passengers (345,100).

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