ZAGREB, 4 August 2020 – Croatia’s three busiest airports in Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik have released passenger statistics for the month of July, Croatian Aviation reports.
78,070 passengers passed through Zagreb Airport in July this year, which is 33,668 passengers more than in June. However, in the same month last year, Zagreb Airport had 366,242 passengers.
In July this year, 2,037 flights were realised, while in July 2019, there were more than double with 4,356 flights.
Excellent figures, given the situation, were recorded at Split Airport. In July, 171,815 passengers passed through the airport, the most of all three big airports in Croatia. This is a significant increase compared to June when only 26,150 passengers passed through Split Airport.
In July 2019, Split had 723,048 passengers, approximately half a million more passengers than in July this year.
Dubrovnik Airport has relatively modest numbers in terms of the number of active routes to many European destinations. In July, 59,133 passengers were recorded, as many as 48,541 passengers more than in June, but 455,590 passengers less than in July 2019.
From January to the end of July:
Dubrovnik Airport: 146,159 passengers
Split Airport: 280,189 passengers
Zagreb Airport: 625,805 passengers
In the first 7 months of 2019, the three mentioned airports had combined traffic of 5,299,919 passengers, while this year the number is significantly lower with just over one million.