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[PHOTOS] How Dubrovnik’s Upgraded Airport Will Look

daFour years of development work at Dubrovnik Airport will start next month, which will see a new passenger terminal, increased runways and taxiways, and new infrastructures such as storage facilities, access roads and car parking built…

The Croatian government recently approved 220 million euros for the development project, with a large part of the financing expected to come from EU funds. The aim of the redevelopment is to increase the airports passenger capacity and to reduce to congestion on the current airport’s runway. With around 1.5 million passengers passing through Dubrovnik annually, the airport has been voted by the European Airport Council as the second best airport in Europe in the under 5 million passenger category.

Below are images of how the new Dubrovnik airport will look.

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(Dubrovnik Airport)

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