Every month of 2018 has seen an increase in passengers through the Croatian capital’s airport and July was no different. Zagreb airport had its busiest July on record and handled a massive 379,193 passengers a solid increase of almost 8 percent compared to the same month from last year.
In July alone the number of aircraft landing and taking off at Zagreb airport was 4,461 which again was an increase over last year this time by 7.2 percent. From the beginning of this year until the end of July the airport greeted 1.85 million passengers, a whopping 9.7 percent increase over the first seven months of the year from 2017. And the indicators for the rest of the year are just as positive.
Zagreb has rapidly become a tourist hotspot in the region, attracting tourists on weekend breaks and during the city’s winter festival. The airport is the busiest in the country, with Split the second busiest, and 2018 could well be the best ever year in terms of passenger numbers.