In September 2019, Croatian airports recorded 1 thousand passengers or 494% more than in the same month last year. Since the first month of this year, the number of passengers in seaports and airports has been continuously growing. Thus, the growth of passengers was also recorded in September. The largest passenger traffic was achieved by Split Airport with 468 thousand passengers (an increase of 3,2% compared to September 2018), followed by Dubrovnik Airport with 403 thousand passengers (an increase of 5,1% compared to September 2018) and Zagreb Airport with 348 thousand passengers (an increase of 1,3% compared to September 2018). The most significant international passenger traffic was realized with German airports, 319 thousand passengers, which is an increase of 8,4% compared to the same period last year. Source: CBS The number of passengers on ferries and passenger ships in the third quarter of 2019 amounted to 18,2 million passengers, which is 5,0% more than in the same period in 2018. The number of passengers increased in ports with significant passenger traffic such as Split, Supetar , Preko, Krk, Korcula, Zadar and Jablanac. 3,5% more passenger cars and 3,9% more buses were loaded and unloaded on ships compared to the same quarter of 2018. Increase in the number of passengers in seaports in the third quarter of 2019 as well. The total number of aircraft landings and take-offs at airports in September 2019 was 15, which is a decrease of 272% compared to September 2018. Almost 19 million passengers were embarked and disembarked in Croatian seaports in the third quarter of 2019, which is the highest in that period in the last five years. Compared to the same period in 2018, this is an increase of 4,9%. Source: CBS Of the total number of passengers in seaports, 3,2% or 607 thousand were disembarked from cruise ships and, among other things, visited the ports of Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar, Hvar, Korcula, Rijeka and Sibenik. Compared to the same period in 2018, these passengers increased by 0,1%.
CUMULATIVE INDIVIDUAL RESULT220 (+7) Michaela Fletcher (RSA)225 (+12) Cara Gorlei (RSA)226 (+13) Josephine Ainley (Ken)229 (+16) Madina Iddy (Tnz)230 (+17) Naomi Wafula (Ken)233 (+20) Angel Eaton (Tnz)233 (+20) Magda Kruger (RSA)234 (+21) Hawa Wanyeche (Tnz)236 (+23) Melissa Nawa (Zam)237 (+24) Christina Engell Andersen (Ken) SAinfo reporter 13 June 2014 For the eleventh time since the All-Africa Challenge Trophy (AACT) was launched in 1992, the South African women’s amateur team claimed success in Africa’s most prestigious biennial championship on Thursday. Magda Kruger, Michaela Fletcher and Cara Gorlei showed the same tenacity, commitment and determination as their predecessors to ensure the country’s successful title defence at the Muthaiga Golf Club in Nairobi.Excellent final round Fletcher, from KwaZulu-Natal, birdied three par-fives and a par-four on her way to a closing three-under-par 68 to safeguard the team’s six-stroke overnight lead. Western Province’s Gorlei added an 80, while Kruger from Gauteng North signed for a non-counting 81. Rounds of 146, 148 and 148 secured an 11-stroke victory for South Africa on a winning score of 442.Runner-up Meanwhile, Kenya held up under huge pressure from Tanzania to combine for a final round of 151 to clinch the runner-up spot on 453. Tanzania took third on 456 after posting a final round score of 150, while Zambia claimed fourth on 472, finishing six strokes ahead of neighbouring Zimbabwe.Individual winner Pietermaritzburg’s Fletcher also claimed the individual competition on seven-over-par 220 after carding rounds of 79, 73 and 68, which was also the lowest round of the tournament. Gorlei, from Milnerton, took second, finishing five strokes behind her compatriot, while Kruger finished seventh overall on 233.‘An exceptionally good job’ “We are very proud of this team, who did an exceptionally good job against some very tough opponents,” Women’s Golf South Africa president, Karen Olivant, said in a statement on Thursday. “The course was quite challenging, but they showed a lot of grit and determination and didn’t let the course deter them from their goal to defend the title. “Michaela and Cara both contributed two great rounds to boost our chances and Magda was the only player in the field over 54 holes to birdie the tough par-three second. “I am very proud of their performance and they were fantastic ambassadors for South Africa and Women’s Golf South Africa.”TEAM RESULTS442 (+16) South Africa 146 148 148453 (+27) Kenya 145 157 151456 (+30) Tanzania 156 150 150472 (+46) Zambia 156 159 157478 (+52) Zimbabwe 163 158 157496 (+70) Uganda 158 168 170500 (+74) Egypt 166 168 166514 (+88) Botswana 176 168 170535 (+109) Nigeria 181 176 178561 (+135) Cameroon 183 188 190564 (+138) Gabon 201 185 178569 (+143) Ghana 185 190 194571 (+145) Tunisia 187 197 187617 (+191) Malawi 209 203 205635 (+209) Sierra Leone 208 214 213644 (+218) Togo 214 213 217676 (+250) Rwanda 216 230 230
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