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Dubrovnik Airport: New Passenger Record & New Route Announced

With close to two months remaining in 2012, Dubrovnik Airport has already broken last year’s passenger numbers. The airport has seen 1,431,207 passengers pass through it up until the end of October, surpassing last year’s complete total of 1,349,501 passengers.

Passenger numbers in October were 25 percent up on October 2011’s figures as Dubrovnik bask in fantastic post-tourist season. There was marked increase in passengers from Turkey in October, the third year in a row that the Turks have chosen Dubrovnik to spend their religious holidays in.

Dubrovnik Airport also announced a new route kicking off in 2013. Polish airline Eurolot will now fly to Dubrovnik from the Polish city of Poznan once a week from 27 April to 19 October.

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