Record number of passengers have passed Croatia's three busiest airports, Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik – reports the website EX-YU Aviation News.
Dubrovnik has an increase of 20,5 percent by handling 305.895 travellers. It has also surpassed last year's figures in the period from January to September. With the 1.743.972 passengers it hits an increase of 15,8 percent.
- Dubrovnik Airport is gearing up for what is likely to be its busiest winter season on record – writes EX-YU Aviation News, adding more information about the flights.
Croatia Airlines will extend its summer service to Frankfurt, while Trade Air will continue operating to Rijeka during the winter and Turkish Airlines will maintain its new flights from Istanbul throughout the year. British Airways will continue flying from London Gatwick to Dubrovnik during the winter, with a partial stoppage in service in November, as well from mid-January until mid-February. Hovever, Croatia Airlines stopped its flights from Dubrovnik to Rome for the first time since 1994. Vueling took over the route, but no flights have been scheduled yet.