After the record-breaking June, July, August and September, when Pulapo Airport had four consecutive months with over 100.000 passengers for the first time in history, a successful series of record numbers continues in October.Namely, on October 18, 2018, Pula Airport welcomes 700 thousand passengers, who have not been at Pula Airport since the independence of the Republic of Croatia. While on Saturday, October 20, ZL Pula will cross the historical record from 1987, when 701.370 passengers passed through Pula Airport the most ever. “So far, the total traffic from January to September has increased by 21% compared to last year, when we had a remarkable increase in the number of passengers of 36,5%.points out the director of Pula Airport, Svemir Radmilo.This year, passengers at Pula Airport were able to choose their trip to one of the 20 European countries, with 42 companies to 76 destinations, the most so far. “At Pula Airport, we are proud of the fact that both airlines, even under increased peak load, recognize our work and professionalism and our attitude towards business partners and passengers, which maintains the constant of a serious, safe and top-notch airport. “Concludes Radmilo and emphasizes that this is a historic and important event for the entire Istrian economy.In August 2018, Croatian airports recorded 1 thousand passengers or 809% more than in the same month last year.The largest passenger traffic was realized by Split Airport, with 625 thousand passengers (increase of 5,8% compared to August 2017), followed by Dubrovnik Airport with 479 thousand passengers (increase of 9,2% compared to August 2017) and Zagreb Airport with 372 thousand passengers (an increase of 7,2% compared to August 2017).The most significant international passenger traffic was realized with German airports, 329 thousand passengers, which is an increase of 10,8% compared to the same period last year. The total number of landings and departures of aircraft at airports in August 2018 was 19, which is an increase of 271% compared to August 2017, according to data from the Central Bureau of Statistics.