In July 2013 Croatia became the 28th and newest member of the European Union. While such an event had a significant impact on air traffic development in countries such as Hungary, Poland and Romania, there has been little evidence of a step-change in passenger demand across Croatia’s airports. Growth was 7% in 2012, 5% in 2013 and 6.7% in 2014, just above the 5.5% achieved across all airports in Europe last year. Between 2004 and 2014 passenger numbers at the country’s six busiest airports doubled from 3.35 million to 6.74 million.
Zagreb, the capital, is home to Croatia’s busiest airport, but Split and Dubrovnik have been battling it out for all of the last decade to claim the title of the country’s second busiest airport. In the last couple of years Split appears to have moved decisively ahead, while Zadar has overtaken Pula for fourth place.
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The website 'anna.aero' has made a great analysis of how the Croatian market has evolved over the past years.
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