Zagreb Airport to hike fees

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Zagreb Airport will be increasing its passengers service fee for airlines, meaning carriers will have to fork out additional funds per passenger carried. According to the Croatia Aviation portal, fees for departing international passengers will grow from 17.50 euros to 19.67 euros, the charge for departing domestic passengers will increase from 7.50 euros to 8.43 euros, while the fee for transfer passengers will grow by fifty eurocents from four euros to 4.50 euros. The additional charges will be passed onto passengers through increased ticket prices. Overall, fees will increase 12.4% in line with inflation growth.

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  1. Anonymous10:31

    What about FR which pays €5?

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    1. Anonymous10:34

      Of course they will be exempt and now other airlines and passengers have to pay for Ryanair's base in Zagreb.

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    2. Anonymous10:40

      Exactly my thoughts too.

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    3. Anonymous16:40

      What do you mean as exempt? Are you saying that Ryanair is exempt from the Landing fees?

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  2. Anonymous10:32

    Ryanair to MBX, now that the bordrer is gone :D

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    1. Anonymous10:40

      Great idea!

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    2. Anonymous10:46

      I'm sure the goverment would happily grant them concession for a few years for almost free

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    3. Anonymous11:14

      Zagreb - South

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    4. Anonymous11:14

      North*

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  3. Anonymous10:32

    Bravo Hrvatska!

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    1. Anonymous11:19

      Majke ti u čemu bravo? Poskupljenje usluga nije bravo, već odraz nesposobnosti njihovog menadžmenta i raspalog menadžmenta Croatia-e. Stvarno bravo

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    2. Anonymous12:18

      Moraju zaraditi od drugih jer od FR ne zaradjuju sigurno.

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    3. Anonymous12:20

      It's crazy that ZAG will charge as much as BEG does!

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  4. Anonymous11:21

    How much is the fee at LJU, does anybody know?

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    1. Anonymous12:32

      https://b2b.lju-airport.si/en/business-and-private-flights/
      10€ for departing passenger + €5,31 security charge

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    2. Anonymous13:04

      That means almost 5€ cheaper than ZAG. How much is in MBX?

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    3. Anonymous14:18

      Decent price, if you're flying with a private jet though.

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    4. Anonymous16:01

      SI 17,79 EUR + JJ 6,65 ; combined SLO taxes 24,44 EUR

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  5. Anonymous11:43

    Zagreb rabota, Dablin se zidata.

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    1. Anonymous12:49

      +1000

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    2. Eden zbor ne razbrav, zosto Dablin se zidata od bazi dodeka 30 avioni imat, ne 3.3 e mnogo malko za Dablin da se zidaat. Povise taka moze Budimpesta da zidat sa parite od Skopje

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    3. I se izvinuvam zosto mozda vo tekstot ima greski - Blgarski ne znaem mnogo dobro

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  6. Anonymous12:19

    LJU likes this!

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  7. Anonymous13:07

    Ljubljana has it set at 15.4€, so 4€ cheaper which is 500€ cheaper per departure/arrival per fligt.
    Might seem like nothing, but my guess is that together with the new inniciative it could yield some swaps (Eurowings)

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  8. Anonymous16:55

    All airports will hike fees if they want to pay enough to the people working on operations in order to have them this year. I hope Belgrade will do the same. Inflation is real thing.

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  9. Anonymous23:23

    Price increase just before new tourist season. Well done.

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