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Croatian Airports See Double-Digit Growth in 2017

Good start to 2017 for Croatian airports

Croatia’s major airports in Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik and Zadar are experiencing impressive growth already in 2017.

Over 218,000 passengers were handled at airports in Croatia in January, which was more than 19,000, or 9.7%, than in the same month in 2016.

Leading the way was Dubrovnik with growth in January 2017 of 24.9%, followed by Split airport with 15.8%.

New Terminal C partially opened in Dubrovnik earlier this year (image: Dubrovnik Airport)

The airport in Croatia’s capital Zagreb handled 7.4% more passengers than in the same period in 2016, whilst Zadar recorded growth of 6.8%.

The largest number of international passengers arrived in to Croatia from Germany. That number grew by 12% in January.


There were 4,061 flights at all airports in January in Croatia, 41 more than the same month last year.

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