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Welcome to Zagreb, the capital city of the Republic of Croatia. Zagreb is an old Central European city. For centuries it has been a focal point of culture and science, and now of commerce and industry as well. It lies on the intersection of important routes between the Adriatic coast and Central Europe.Home to 1.1 million inhabitants, Zagreb is an emerging vibrant leisure destination - attracting 699,855 visitors in 2012. http://www.zagreb-touristinfo.hr/?l=e
GDP in Croatia is forecasted to grow at an average annual rate of2.8% until 2016.
Zagreb Airport handled 2.34 million passengers in 2012, which represents a 1% year on year rise.
Croatia is expected to join the EU in July 2013.
- Number of Terminals:
- Urban population:
- over 1.1 million inhabitants for Zagreb
- Total Catchment Population:
- by road over 3.5 million inhabitants 2 h car drive radious
- Number of Runways:
- Length of main runway (m):
- (3252 x 45) + 2 x 7,5
- Operational Opening Hours:
- 24 h
- Government owned
- Number of Direct Destinations:
- List of Top 5 airlines:
- Croatia Airlines, Germanwings, easyJet, Aeroflot, Air France, Turkish
- Passenger Numbers (mppa):
- 2.34 million in 2012
- Cargo Tonnes (p.a.):
- Number of Serving Airlines:
- 16 scheduled airlines, 6 charter airlines
- Aircraft Parking Stands:
- Main apron and general aviation apron.
The Croatian government has assigned a 30-year concession to consortium Zagreb International Airport Company Ltd...
ZAIC) consisting of the French companies Aeroports de Paris Management and Bouygues, to manage the Zagreb airport and build a new passenger terminal.
The Croatian government has assigned a 30-year concession to consortium Zagreb International Airport Company Ltd.. (ZAIC) consisting of the French companies Aeroports de Paris Management and Bouygues, to manage the Zagreb airport and build a new passenger terminal .
The contract was signed on Wednesday April 11th by Deputy Minister of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure Zdenko Antesic and Chief Executive of ZAIC Christophe Petit, in the presence of Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic. According to the agreement, over the next three years a new terminal worth 236 million euros will be built, which would, for the beginning, be able to accommodate 5 million passengers per year. In the second phase, the building will be expanded to a capacity of 8 million passengers.
We are confident that the new Zagreb Airport will become a very important platform for the whole Europe. We took the responsibility together with our partners to be of service to the state of Croatia and for this airport to become a link for the cultural, economic and any other aspect. I believe this to be possible because the potential of the airport and its geographic location make it possible. Our ambition is also to make the Zagreb Airport a reference port that will guarantee the quality of service delivery. We think that this can be achieved only by showing deep appreciation to everyone who helped us create the tool that will allow us to build an airport. We have a lot of work, a lot of things will have to get done and we do not run away from it - said Pierre Graf, CEO of ADP.
To view a video with concepts and information on our developments at Zagreb Airport click here
- Posted 18/04/2012
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