PHOTOS: Zagreb Airport opens VIP lounges

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Zagreb Airport has opened two new VIP lounges which it says will be “especially important in the next six months, during the Republic of Croatia's presidency of the Council of the European Union”. The lounges, which should not be confused with those used by premium passengers on commercial flights, stretch over a total area of 900 square metres. The first, located in the international departures area, is spread over 215 square metres, while the second is a refurbished VIP lounge used primarily by Croatian government officials and is housed in the general aviation terminal. “This pleasant ambiance will provide a place for relaxation, meetings and media conferences for many officials”, the airport said. 






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  1. Prostoria nameŇ°taj

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    1. One is 215 square metres and the other is 685 sqm. How big would you want it to be?

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  3. Do they even have lounges for commercial passengers? I did not see one last summer. And this airport seriously lacks some more comfortable chairs in both check in area and near the gates. I had a longer layover and it was not that great

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    1. There is Primeclass Lounge

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  4. Bravo Hrvatska!

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    1. Airport where prestige is more inportant than the number of passengers.

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    2. Better to say, profit is more important than the number of passengers.

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  5. And the fat cats just get fatter. And fatter...on Croatian working people's taxes....

    Some are more equal than others....

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  6. I'm guessing this is attached to the old terminal on the western side?

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