Busiest airports in ex-Yugoslavian countries

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This is the list of the busiest airports in the ex-Yugoslavia countries. Not all airports are included because there is no data for some airports. This article includes only data for the year of 2012.

2013 Statistics[edit]

Rank Airport name City Country Number of passengers Change
1 Belgrade Belgrade Serbia 3.543.194 Increase05.3%
2 Zagreb Zagreb Croatia 2.300.006 Decrease01.8%
3 Pristina Pristina Serbia(Kosovo) 1.628.678 Increase07.1%
4 Split Split Croatia 1.581.734 Increase010.9%
5 Dubrovnik Dubrovnik Croatia 1.522.629 Increase02.9%
6 Ljubljana Ljubljana Slovenia 1.295.000 Increase08%
7 Skopje Skopje Macedonia 984.407 Increase018.8%
8 Tivat Tivat Montenegro 868.423 Increase019.7%
9 Podgorica Podgorica Montenegro 680.854 Increase09.8%
10 Sarajevo Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina 665.638 Increase014.8%
11 Zadar Zadar Croatia 472,572 Increase027.3%
12 Mostar Mostar Bosnia and Herzegovina 68,939 Decrease013.2%
13 Tuzla Tuzla Bosnia and Herzegovina 61,513 Increase01367.7%
14 Banja Luka Banja Luka Bosnia and Herzegovina 8,837 Increase037.5%
15 Osijek Osijek Croatia 3,404

2012 Statistics[edit]

Rank Airport name City Country Number of passengers
1 Belgrade Belgrade Serbia 3,363,919
2 Zagreb Zagreb Croatia 2,342,309
3 Pristina Pristina Serbia(Kosovo) 1,527,134
4 Dubrovnik Dubrovnik Croatia 1,480,470
5 Split Split Croatia 1,425,749
6 Ljubljana Ljubljana Slovenia 1,198,911
7 Skopje Skopje Macedonia 828,831
8 Tivat Tivat Montenegro 725,392
9 Podgorica Podgorica Montenegro 620,117
10 Sarajevo Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina 580,058
11 Zadar Zadar Croatia 371,256
11 Pula Pula Croatia 355,920
12 Mostar Mostar Bosnia and Herzegovina 78,055
13 Ohrid Ohrid Macedonia 78,040
14 Rijeka Rijeka Croatia 72,762
15 Nis Nis Serbia 27,426
16 Osijek Osijek Croatia 21,897
17 Banja Luka Banja Luka Bosnia and Herzegovina 6,424
18 Tuzla Tuzla Bosnia and Herzegovina 4,191

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