In 2019 a record 29.4 million passengers passed through the airports of the former Yugoslavia. For the second year in a row, ten different airports had the opportunity to welcome more than one million passengers. The largest number of passengers, with more than six million passengers, was Belgrade. Last year, 2,896,227 passengers passed through Dubrovnik Airport, which is 356,815 more than the year before.
Croatia has cemented its position as the busiest hub for the countries of the former Yugoslavia with more than 11.5 million passengers at nine commercial airports. More than three million passengers passed through Zagreb for the third time in history, while Dubrovnik added another 300,000 passengers from the previous year.