Split Airport Expects More than 10,000 Passengers this Weekend

Split Airport Expects More than 10,000 Passengers this Weekend

July 4, 2020 -  Tourists are coming back to Split, as the Airport anticipates around 10,000 passengers this weekend. 

Split Airport is recording its first major traffic since the corona crisis. This weekend, 100 planes and more than 10 thousand passengers are expected in Resnik, Dalmatinski Portal has learned from Mate Melvan, the head of the Reception and Dispatch Service.

"The figures show that the heart of the season has begun. It will, of course, be different than we are used to. We expect 20-25 percent less traffic in July compared to the same month last year," says Melvan.

Currently, 26 airlines with 38 direct destinations fly to Split. Just for comparison, on the first weekend in July last year, 50,000 passengers passed through Resnik.

The entire previous month, Split Airport had 26 thousand passengers, and in the first half of the year, there were 108 thousand passengers. This is as much as 90 percent less traffic than in the first half of 2019, which is not surprising because in April, there were only six passengers, and in May - 2,770.

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