(STATISTICS) 7 airports in Croatia handled just over 57 thousand passengers in November

7 Croatian airports (Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar, Pula, Rijeka and Osijek) published their statistics for November. Here are concrete figures and a comparison with the same period last year.

As expected, the decline in the number of passengers at all airports in Croatia continues, the same is happening at other European airports as well.


Zagreb Airport

In November 2019, Zagreb Airport had 247,277 passengers, this November 42,715. In total, from January 1st to November 30th, 883,325 passengers passed through Zagreb Airport (3,188,254 in the same period last year). In the first 11 months of this year, Zagreb Airport recorded a decrease in the number of passengers of 72.29% compared to the same period last year.


Split Airport

In November 2019, Split Airport had 45,871 passengers, this November only 8,131! A total of 665,701 passengers passed through Split Airport from 1st January to 30th of November this year (3,260,573 in the same period last year). In the first 11 months of 2020, Split Airport recorded a decrease in the number of passengers of 79.58% compared to the same period last year.

Dubrovnik Airport

Dubrovnik Airport had 56,924 passengers in November 2019, 4,526 this November! In total, from January 1st to November 30th this year, 325,822 passengers passed through Dubrovnik Airport (2,861,402 in the same period last year). In the first 11 months of this year, Dubrovnik Airport recorded a drop in the number of passengers of a 88.61% compared to the same period last year.

Zadar Airport

Zadar Airport in November 2019 had 3,873 passengers, this November a symbolic 417! In total, from January 1st to November 30th this year, 120,507 passengers passed through Zadar Airport (798,736 in the same period last year). In the first 11 months of 2020, Zadar Airport recorded a drop in the number of passengers of 84.91% compared to the same period last year.


Pula Airport

In November 2019, Pula Airport had 1,071 passengers, this November 600. In total, from January 1st to November 30th this year, 81,668 passengers passed through Pula Airport (in the same period last year, as many as 776,497). Pula Airport in the 11 months of this year recorded a decrease in the number of passengers by a high 89.48% compared to the same period last year


Rijeka Airport

Rijeka Airport had 2,187 passengers in November 2019, while only 311 passengers were recorded this November. From 1st January to 30th November this year, 27,341 passengers passed through Rijeka Airport (200,089 in the same period last year). In the first 11 months of this year, Rijeka Airport recorded a drop in the number of passengers of 86.34%


Osijek Airport

Osijek Airport had 465 passengers in November 2019, while 200 passengers were recorded this November. From 1st January to 30th November this year, 6,411 passengers passed through Osijek Airport (45,870 in the same period last year). Osijek Airport in the first 11 months of this year recorded a decrease in the number of passengers of 86.02% compared to the same period last year.

In total, there were just 57,165 passengers at 7 Croatian airports in November this year. Osijek, Rijeka, Pula and Zadar together had only 1.793 passengers. Modest traffic was also recorded at the airports in Dubrovnik and Split, while a slightly better result was achieved by Zagreb Airport, which was to be expected given that it is the only airport in Croatia that currently has slightly better international traffic (In addition to Zagreb, only Split still has regular international routes).

For comparison, in November 2019, the 7 mentioned airports handled more than 357 thousand passengers (357,668), total decline in passengers carried in November this year (compared to the same month in 2019) is 84%

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