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One Millionth Passenger Arrives at Split Airport

splSwedish policewoman Satumaarika Emmesjoe become Split airport’s one millionth passenger on Wednesday…

Split airport welcomed its one millionth passenger 8 days earlier than last year today when Emmesjoe arrived on Croatia Airlines flight OU462 from Zürich.

Airport management presented the happy Swedish tourist with a bouquet of flowers and a 300 euro Duty Free voucher, whilst Croatia Airlines gifted her a two free return tickets to the destination of her choice. Split airport has seen 11% growth in passenger numbers so far this year and expect 400,000 passengers this month, which would be a record for one single month.

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