ZAGREB (Croatia), January 4 (SeeNews) – Croatia's Zadar Airport said on Wednesday it plans to invest 1.5 million euro ($1.57 million) in the expansion of its international departures building, in order to comply with Schengen area standards.
The project has already been approved by the Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning, Zadar Airport's public relations manager Nikola Barac told SeeNews in an e-mailed statement.
Zadar Airport handled 515,000 passengers in 2016, versus 487,226 a year earlier, according to data from the airport's website.
In December, easyJet said it planned to add Zadar to its network, making the coastal town the fourth airport served by the low cost air carrier in Croatia after Split, Dubrovnik and the recently introduced Pula.
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