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Double-Digit Out of Season Growth at Airports in Croatia

Zagreb_airport_1There was growth of more than 16% in passenger numbers at Zagreb airport in November as the nation’s capital continues to become an increasingly popular destination…

The total number of landings and taking-offs in airports amounted in November 2014 to 4,314 movements, which was 11.8% more than in November 2013 when it amounted to 3,857 movements, the Central Bureau of Statistics confirmed on Friday.

The total traffic of passengers in airports on commercial operations amounted in November 2014 to 228,000, which was 10.6% more than in November 2013 when it amounted to 206,000. Both national and international traffic increased.

The increase in the traffic of passengers in November 2014, as compared to November 2013, was recorded at Zagreb Airport (16.2%) and Osijek Airport (46.7%). There were declines recorded at airports in Dubrovnik, Pula, Rijeka, Split and Zadar. The total traffic of freight in the airports amounted in November 2014 to 645 tonnes, which was 12.6% less than in November 2013 when it amounted to 738 tonnes.

1. Germany
2. United Kingdom
3. Turkey
4. Austria
5. France
6. Netherlands
7. Switzerland
8. Italy
9. Belgium
10. Bosnia and Herzegovina

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