Croatian airports service 5.1% y/y more passengers in Nov 2012.

By bne IntelliNews January 11, 2013
The number of passengers at the Croatian airports increased 5.1% on the year to 224,160 in November 2012, the statistics office said in a statement. Most of the passenger traffic passed through the Zagreb airport (163,986, up by an annual 4.4%) followed by the Dubrovnik airport (28,242, up by 9.6% on the year) and the Split airport (27,297, down by 0.6% on the year). The volume of cargo transported via Croatias nine airports rose by 11% on the year to 698 tonnes in November. In Jan-Nov, the number of passengers at Croatian airports increased 6.8% on the year to 5.76 million, while the volume of transported cargo dropped 4.7% on the year to 7,220 tonnes.
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