According to a Zagreb International Airport (MZLZ) press release, the first test landing at new Franjo Tudman Airport in Zagreb was successfully conducted on the 14th of March with passengers on the flight from Vienna to Zagreb.
"All procedures for the test reception and dispatch of passengers and their luggage at the new terminal were carried out successfully," MZLZ reported, adding that the construction of the airport is in a final phase.
The airport management's website has also announced that the official opening of the airport will be held on the 21st of March when the first flight (to Dubrovnik) will take off from Franjo Tudman Airport. Seven days later, on the 28th of March, the new airport will be fully open to traffic.
Valued at more than 300 million Euros the Zagreb Airport's new terminal building stretches over 65,000 square metres and three levels, featuring three baggage carousels, eight air bridges (six for international flights and two for domestic services), nine security checkpoints, 23 passport control booths and a car park with the capacity of more than 1000 vehicles.