Croatian airport traffic plunges 81% y/y in Jan

Passenger numbers at Croatia’s airports fell by an annual 81% to 49,000 in January due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the country’s statistical office said on Thursday.

The total number of landings and take-offs dropped by 51% on the year to 2,197 in January, while cargo volumes shrank by 26.7% to 557 tonnes, the statistical office said in a statement.

Zagreb airport served the largest number of passengers in Croatia in January – 37,400, down by an annual 81%, followed by the airport in the Adriatic city of Split with 7,400, down by an annual 79%, and Dubrovnik airport with 3,700, down by an annual 80%.

German nationals led the list of international passengers at the Croatian airports in January, as their number reached 10,333, down by an annual 87%, followed by nationals of the Netherlands, Turkey, France, and Denmark.

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