Croatia's cross-border arrivals increase 1.5% y/y in March.

By bne IntelliNews May 11, 2012
Cross-border passenger arrivals in Croatia increased by 1.5% on the year to 3,923 in March, while departures inched down by an annual 0.6% to 3,794, the statistics office said in a statement. The figures include traffic of passengers on road, railway, maritime, air border and inland waterway crossings. The number of road passengers arrivals went up by 1.9% on the year in March, while the number of their departures dropped by an annual 0.2%. Air cross-border traffic rose a yearly 6.1% on the arrival side and stepped down by an annual 2.6% on the departure side in March. The number of passengers at railway border crossings dropped by 8.1% on the year in terms of arrivals and shrank by 7.1% on the year in terms of departures. The number of maritime border crossings dropped by 15.6% on the year in terms of arrivals and went down by 2.8% on the year in terms of departures. The number of passenger vehicles, which entered the countrys border crossings, stepped up by an annual 4.7% in March, while the number of vehicles, exiting Croatia, rose by 3% on the year.
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