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Dubrovnik Airport Welcomes Millionth Passenger in 2016

Passenger number 1 million Heather Noelle Rhine with staff (photo credit: Dubrovnik Airport)

Passenger number 1 million Heather Noelle Rhine with staff (photo credit: Dubrovnik Airport)

A number of tourism records have falled already in 2016 as Croatia enjoys its best season since independence in the 1990s…

On Thursday 28 July 2016 Dubrovnik Airport welcomed its one millionth passenger in 2016. The one millionth passenger arrived this morning on board Turkish Airlines flight TK439.from Istanbul.

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Heather Noelle Rhine was greeted by staff and presented with gifts as she arrived on Thursday.

Been a record-breaking season at Dubrovnik Airport

Been a record-breaking season at Dubrovnik Airport

This year’s one millionth passenger arrived almost two weeks earlier than in 2015 when the millionth passenger arrived on board a Finnair flight on the 9 August.

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