Zagreb Airport will increase its fees from March 2017 following the opening of its new passenger terminal. The French-led consortium running Zagreb Airport will hike its fees by two euros per each international passenger to seventeen euros. Furthermore, it will boost fees by half a euro per passenger travelling on domestic flights to seven and a half euros. The Croatian Civil Aviation Agency has approved the planned increase. It marks the second time the airport's fees have risen since is takeover by the French in 2013. Zagreb Airport will open it multi million euro passenger terminal in less than three months.