Dubrovnik Becomes 3rd Airport to Handle Million Passengers, 4th Busiest in Ex-Yu

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Another Croatian airport welcomes its millionth passenger for the year earlier than in 2014.

Dubrovnik Airport has followed Split and Zagreb by welcoming 1 million passengers for the year so far, reports ExYuAviation on August 9, 2015. The arrival of the landmark passenger on a Finnair flight is just one piece of good news coming out of the fourth busiest airport in former Yugoslavia:

“Dubrovnik Airport has become the third in Croatia to handle over a million passengers in 2015, a week ahead of last year. The lucky millionth traveller, Hanna Katrine Jensen, arrived on a Finnair flight from Helsinki on Friday. Ms Jensen was greeted by Dubrovnik Airport representatives as well as local authorities. It marks the tenth consecutive year that Dubrovnik Airport has managed to handle over a million passengers, positioning itself as the third busiest in Croatia, behind Zagreb and Split, and the fourth busiest in the former Yugoslavia. During the first seven months of 2015, Dubrovnik Airport welcomed 915.899 travellers, an increase of 6.4% compared to the same period last year.”



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