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Zagreb Airport passenger traffic up 16.2% y/y in Jan-May

Jun 18, 2024, 11:08:08 AMArticle by Annie Tsoneva
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June 18 (SeeNews) - Passenger traffic at Zagreb Airport surged 16.2% on the year to 1.565 million in the first five months of this year, Aeroports de Paris (ADP), which is a shareholder in the company operating Croatia's biggest international airport, said.

Zagreb Airport passenger traffic up 16.2% y/y in Jan-May
The Zagreb Airport. Source: Zagreb Montaza

In May alone, Zagreb Airport served 399,730 passengers, up 21.3% on the year, ADP said in a press release on Monday.

Aircraft movements at the airport increased by 10.3% on the year to 19,437 in the January-May period.

In May, the figure reached 4,511, up 12.7% on the year.

ADP and Turkey's TAV Airports, 46%-owned by ADP Group, hold stakes of 21% and 15%, respectively, in airport operator Zagreb Airport International Company (ZAIC).

In 2012, the Croatian government and ZAIC signed a 30-year concession contract for the management of the airport and the construction of a new terminal. The remaining shareholders in ZAIC are France's Bouygues Batiment International with 20.8%, EU-backed Marguerite Fund with 20.8%, IFC with 17.6%, and Croatia's Viadukt with 5.1%.

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