The total traffic of passengers in Croatian airports amounted to 40 468 in February 2021, which was 83.9% less than in the same month of 2020, when the total traffic of passengers amounted to 250 610.
The circumstances brought about by the spread of the COVID-19 disease have directly influenced the decrease in the traffic of passengers in Croatian airports.
The largest traffic of passengers was recorded in the Zagreb Airport, with 31 thousand passengers (a decrease of 83.2% compared to February 2020, when the traffic of passengers amounted to 183 thousand), followed by the Split Airport, with 6 thousand passengers (a decrease of 76.8% compared to February 2020, when the traffic of passengers amounted to 25 thousand), and the Dubrovnik Airport, with 4 thousand passengers (a decrease of 89.6% compared to February 2020, when the traffic of passengers amounted to
The most significant international traffic of passengers was realised with German airports, 8 thousand passengers, which was a decrease of 88.6% compared to the same period of 2020.
The total number of landings and take-offs in airports in February 2021 amounted to 2 074 movements, which was 54.5% less than in February 2020, when the total number of landings and take-offs in airports amounted to 4 560 movements.
The total traffic of freight in airports in February 2021 amounted to 589 tonnes, which was a decrease of 13.6% compared to February 2020, when the total traffic of freight in airports amounted to 682 tonnes.
1. TRAFFIC IN AIRPORTS
2. TRAFFIC OF PASSENGERS IN AIRPORTS, FEBRUARY 2021
3. TOP 10 COUNTRIES, BY TRAFFIC OF PASSENGERS REALISED WITH CROATIAN AIRPORTS, FEBRUARY 2021
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Sources and methods of data collection
Cumulative data are not always equal to the sum of individual monthly results due to the rounding of numbers to the nearest thousand.
The purpose of the survey is to collect data on the number of all aircraft movements and the traffic of passengers and freight on commercial operations in airports and air landing places of the Republic of Croatia.
The observation units and reporting units are airports in the Republic of Croatia. Data are collected in the form of electronic datasets and on the PZ/M-21 form.
The data on air traffic (total aircraft movements, traffic of passengers and freight in airports) relate to the activities of the airports of Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik, Pula, Rijeka, Zadar, Osijek, Brač and the air landing place of Mali Lošinj.
The number of total aircraft movements in airports refers to the number of all (commercial and non-commercial) operations of landing and taking-off of an aircraft, except state flights (military, customs, police).
Traffic of passengers in airports includes the number of passengers who have departed or arrived on commercial operations. Passengers in direct transit are excluded. Direct transit passengers are passengers who, after a short stop, continue their journey on the same aircraft on a flight having the same flight number as the flight on which they arrived.
Traffic of freight in airports refers to the loaded and unloaded goods and mail on commercial operations other than the baggage of passengers. The freight in direct transit is excluded.
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