Zagreb Airport was the 115th busiest in Europe in 2019 according to data released from the European Airport Trade Association.
The busiest airport in the region was Belgrade Airport, which by handling 6.1 million passengers last year found itself in 89th position.
Last year Zagreb Airport handled 3.4 million passengers, just over 45,000 aircraft landed or took-off and 12.5 tonnes of cargo passed through the Croatian capital’s airport. Zagreb was the busiest airport in Croatia, followed by Split and Dubrovnik. In fact Split Airport was the 117th busiest airport in Europe last year, whilst Dubrovnik finished as the 129th busiest airport in Europe.
London Heathrow, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Madrid and Barcelona were the busiest in Europe.