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Flying to Zagreb More Expensive As New Airport Management Raise Prices

zagreb airportJust three months into their 30-year deal to manage Croatia’s largest airport, Zagreb International Airport’s new French concessionaires have already increased the cost of services for travellers…

Air traffic service fees have increased by more than 100% earlier this month, going from 3 EUR to 6.50 EUR, whilst passengers on international flights at the end of this month will start paying 15 EUR for fees, instead of 10 EUR which is currently in place. Fees for domestic flights will go up from 4 EUR to 7 EUR, reports daily Vecernji list.

All three fees passengers pay directly to the airport upon purchase of the air ticket, making it more expensive now to fly to Zagreb. With new airport taxes in place, prices will be around 8 EUR more expensive for international flights, and around 6 EUR for domestic flights.

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