Current Zagreb Airport terminalTonči Peović, the CEO of Zagreb Airport, announced on Friday that the price tag for the construction of the long awaited, and endlessly delayed, new terminal will most probably amount to a hefty 360 million Euros. According to Peović, the airport would have to buy a nearby parcel of land, which is privately owned, in order to build the terminal. The owners of the nearby land stand to gain millions. The daily “Novi list” has reported that Peović said that the purchase of the private property would cost a total of 50 million Euros, meaning the whole project would amount to 360 million Euros. A public competition for the terminal building concession should be announced in the near future. Tonči Peović remains optimistic that Croatia’s largest infrastructure project will commence soon. He said that the airport authorities are waiting for the green light from the Government. The previous terminal project, which was supposed to be under construction since last year, was cancelled due to its high costs.