July sees record number of flights

In July 2016, the Croatian Air Traffic Control saw a record number of flights in a month (67,537), up 5.2% on the year, it said in a press release.

Eighty-four percent of those were overflights, 15% were inbound and outbound flights, and less than 2% were flights within Croatia. The busiest day was July 30, with 2,552 flights recorded, including 1,950 overflights.

Airport turnover in July 2016 was up 6% on the year.

Split Airport accounted for 30% of the flights, followed by Zagreb (25%) and Dubrovnik (21%).

Last update: Mon, 15/08/2016 - 12:09
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