Croatia -Airport strike -December 10, 2013

Zagreb Airport has recorded its seventh consecutive month of passenger decline on the back of a two day strike staged by its employees. The airport welcomed 151.760 passengers in November, a decrease of 8.2% compared to the same month last year. The number of flights operating to and from the airport was also significantly down. In the meantime, the French led consortium, Zagreb Airport Internatonal Company (ZAIC) that has taken control over the airport has planned to build a brand new passenger terminal.

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