Zagreb’s new airport terminal is taking shape.
Progress on the construction of the new airport terminal in Zagreb continues apace, and the Croatian Government shared the latest pictoral updates via social media on December 22, 2015 as a symbol of investment in the country.
The project, which began in May 2014, is expected to be completed by the end of next year, at a cost of 331 million euro. Once completed, the terminal will be able to handle five million passengers a year, increasing to 8 million through expansion in subsequent years.
The project is being led by Zagreb Airport International Company (ZAIC), a French consortium which won the 30-year . The consortium comprises Aeroports de Paris (20.77%), Bouygues Bâtiment International (20.77%), the Marguerite Fund (20.77%), International Finance Corporation (IFC) (17.58%), TAV Airports (15%) and Viadukt (5.11%).