A total of 1.4 million passengers passed through Croatian airports in June 2018, up 11.9 percent on the year, with Split Airport registering the highest turnover (471,962 passengers), up 17.6 percent on the year.
Dubrovnik Airport was second, with 362,687 passengers, up 7.6 percent from June 2017, while Zagreb airport was third with 330,804 passengers, up 6.6 percent.
Britons were the most numerous foreign passengers in Croatian airports (269,623), up 4 percent on the year, followed by Germans (264,097), up 14 percent, and the French (88,016), up 11.9 percent.
Croatian airports also registered a higher cargo turnover in June 2018, amounting to 1,059 tonnes, up 72.2 percent on the year.
In the first six months of 2018, Croatian airports registered 3.872 million passengers, up 13.5 percent on the year.
As for seaports, they registered 96,177 ships in the second quarter of 2018, up 5.9 percent on the year. They transported 8.95 million passengers, up 7 percent on the year, which is the best result in the past five years.
Split registered the highest ship passenger turnover, 1.33 million, up 11.5 percent from Q2 2017, followed by Dubrovnik with 724,228 passengers (+4.1 percent) and Zadar with 611,635 passengers (+2.4 percent).
Cargo turnover in Q2 2018 was 5.7 million tonnes, up 10.7 percent on the year, and 73 percent of the turnover was registered by the Omisalj, Bakar and Ploce seaports.
In the first six months of 2018, Croatian seaports registered 146,601 ships, up 2.6 percent on the year, 11.7 million passengers (+5.2 percent) and 10.1 million tonnes of cargo (+1.9 percent).