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September statistics: over 200,000 passengers passed through Croatian airports!

We are at the beginning of October, which means that Croatian airports have published their September statistics. We bring you concrete figures and a brief analysis of the previous month, as well as figures from January to September from 7 airports in Croatia.

Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik

At the largest Croatian airport, Zagreb International Airport, 65,963 passengers passed through airport doors, which is 81.16% less than in the same month last year (350,138).

From January to the end of September, 785,321 passengers passed through this airport, while in the same period last year Zagreb recorded 2,626,511 passengers.

There were 75,881 passengers at Split Airport in September, which is 83.86% less than in the same month last year (470,102).

From January to the end of September, 631,774 passengers passed through this airport, while in the same period last year, Split recorded 2,967,530 passengers.

Photo: Gabriel Bobon

Dubrovnik Airport recorded 40,952 passengers in September, which is 89.91% less than in September last year (405,924).

From January to the end of September, 306,949 passengers passed through Dubrovnik Airport, while in the same period last year, 2,504,946 passengers were recorded.

Pula, Rijeka, Zadar and Osijek

There were 11,339 passengers at Pula Airport in September, which is 90.80% less than in the same month last year (123,354).

From January to the end of September, 77,196 passengers passed through this airport, while in the same period last year, 731,805 were recorded.

4,605 ​​passengers passed through Rijeka Airport in September, which is 85.09% less than in the same month last year (30,879).

From January to the end of September, 25,050 passengers passed through Rijeka Airport, while in the same period last year, 181,461 passengers were recorded.

Zadar Airport had 14,433 passengers in September, which is 87.61% less than in September last year (116,494).

In the period from January to the end of September, 114,856 passengers passed through Zadar Airport, while in the same period last year, 711,273 passengers were recorded.

Osijek Airport had 949 passengers in September, which is 79.77% less than in September last year (4,691).

From January to the end of September this year, 5,749 passengers passed through Osijek Airport, while in the same period last year there were 42,271 passengers.

A total of 214,122 passengers traveled through 7 Croatian airports in September, while more than 1.5 million passengers (1,501,582) were recorded in the same month last year.

From January to the end of September this year, 1,945,895 passengers passed through the mentioned airports, while in the same period last year, over 9.5 million passengers (9,765,797) were recorded.

In the first 9 months, Croatian airports have a drop in passenger traffic of 80.07% compared to the same period last year.

The impact of the global pandemic is obvious, all Croatian airports have a drastic drop in the number of passengers compared to previous years, which was expected, the same statistics are recorded by airports across Europe and the world. It is likely that no Croatian airport will record a jubilee, millionth passenger this year!

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