DUBROVNIK AIRPORT Second Stage of Renovation Begins
The works will include construction of infrastructure and multi-story garage, air bridges, procurement of vehicles for rescue and fire fighting etc.
'Just a few days earlier we have opened Franjo Tudman Airport in Zagreb and now we witness continuation of the works on Dubrovnik Airport that will ensure better customer service. This is a very important project for the development of Dubrovnik and Croatian tourism,' Andrej Plenkovic, Croatian Prime Minister present at the signing ceremony, stated.
The project has been funded by the European Union and the contract was signed by Croatian Minister of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure Oleg Butkovic, director of the Central Finance and Contracting Agency Tomislav Petric and director of the Dubrovnik Airport Roko Tolić.
Tolić used the opportunity to announce that Airport Council International Europe declared Dubrovnik Airport second best less-than-5-million-passangers airport.