This weekend 150 flights landed at Split Airport on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast carrying around 38,000 passengers in both directions, which was 10% more than the last weekend in June 2015.
“The traffic through Split Airport during June has been about 15% more than it has was for the same period last year. In the first 5 and a half months this year 503,000 passengers have passed through the airport, which is 10.2% more than in the first 5 and a half months in 2015,” Mate Melvan told Hina.
Also Split Airport set a record in the month of May as it was the first time in the airport’s history that more than 200,000 passengers passed through.
This year is the 50-year anniversary since Split Airport opened and it is expected that it will be the first time in history this year that traffic will be more than 2 million passengers in a calendar year. Split Airport services flights to over 100 destinations in 23 countries.