Dubrovnik sets date for terminal opening


Dubrovnik Airport will officially open its new multi million euro Terminal C building on May 12, after it began partial usage of the facility in February. The opening will coincide with the day of the Dubrovnik-Neretva county. Terminal C will now be integrated into a single functioning unit with Terminal B. The new facility is spread out over 24.181 square metres. It features check-in and commercial space stretching over 1.000 square metres, eight security lanes, a departure lounge with commercial and catering facilities, a premium lounge and restaurants. Furthermore, it boasts sixteen gates, two of which will be used for domestic flights and the remaining fourteen for international services. Since February, check-in procedures have been carried out at the new terminal. Last month Dubrovnik Airport secured finances for the second phase of its development project, which will include apron expansion, the overhaul of its runway and taxiways, as well as the relocation of the fuel farm and enclosed facilities for maintenance, operations and ground equipment.


  1. Anonymous14:19

    "The opening will coincide with the day of the Dubrovnik-Neretva county."

    And just 9 days ahead of local elections.

  2. Anonymous14:22

    The best airport in ex-yu. So easy to go through and modern. They just need to make better connection to the city.

  3. Anonymous15:21

    Bravo Hrvatska!

  4. JU520 BEGLAX18:19

    With 4 jetbridges, right?

  5. Anonymous18:52

    How many pax predicted for 2017 ?


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