Zadar Airport to undergo €67m renovation

Zadar Airport to undergo €67m renovation

Published at: 2019-03-08 09:34 | Author: CIJ Serbia
Zadar Airport, which has 700,000 passengers pass through annually, is set to undergo a €67m renovation, following upgrades at the country’s airports in Split and Dubrovnik. Work at the Zadar Airport will include construction and reconstruction of its operational surface, airfields and passenger terminal facility. The Croatian Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure and the Croatian Army will oversee the project.

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