Template talk:Airports in Croatia

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Major airport?[edit]

This template is a joke. Zagreb with 2.3 million passengers is "major", while Split and Dubrovnik with 1.5 million are not only minor, but also grouped together with, say, Osijek airport whose passenger traffic in the entire year is smaller than what Split and Dubrovnik turn around in a Saturday morning shift?! The only thing that makes ZAG more major than SPU and DBV is its status as an all-year destination as opposed to the mostly seasonal character of the latter, but on the other hand during the season (which mind you lasts for 6-7 months, quite a lot) they serve a far larger number of destinations than ZAG and all three airports are of similar size and similarly equipped so why is Zagreb with 2.3 million major and Split with 1.5 million, Dubrovnik with 1.5 million and Bol with 9 thousand minor? I will edit it immediately if you don't mind. Zhelja (talk) 19:18, 22 June 2014 (UTC)