While in the past 10 years Croatia had a wave of a large infrastructure investment in new roads, mostly highway, this time is marked by large investments in airports. Almost five billion kuna will be invested in three biggest airports in Croatia – writes Poslovni.hr
One of them is Dubrovnik Airport. Each of them has the specific model and they are all in various stages in development – some are near completion while others are still in the phase of making project documentation and closing financial construction. For example, the new passenger terminal at ZagrebAirport is being built by the concession mode and is funded by a loan.
Investments in Dubrovnik Airport will be mostly financed from EU funds, while the Split Airport in financing their investments mostly on their own resources.
The most significant, with almost half of the total amount of five billion, is definitely an investment in a new airport in Zagreb that should open its doors in March with the name of the first Croatian president Franjo Tudjman.