Split Airport today have presented to the public their financial results from 2013 and also revealed plans to upgrade its airport facilities.
“In 2012 we achieved 10% growth in passenger numbers. In total there were 1,425,479 passengers through the airport, the largest number in the airport’s history,” said Split Airport director Luksa Novak.
Novak also revealed that income generated in 2012 hit 203,938,000 kuna, which was 8% more than the previous year. With Croatia’s entry to the European Union the airport expects even more growth this year with a target of 6% being set.
Split Airport confirmed that investment into upgrading facilities used by both passengers and airlines at the airport was planned and say that funds have already been set aside for upgrading the passenger terminal. Start of construction is expected to begin after the 2014 tourist season. After 4 months in 2013 Split Airport had already recorded 149,000, which is 7% growth on 2012.