City code of ZAG: refers to metropolitan areas of Zagreb
|Airport Name||Franjo Tudman Airport||City||Zagreb|
|Region||Zagreb County||Country/Region||Croatia (HR)|
|Airport Type||Customs Airport||Bank Work Time Table||Closed on Saturday afternoon and Sunday.|
|Hub for (Airlines)||OU / FR / C3||Phone Number||+ 385 1 456 2229|
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Zagreb Franjo Tuđman Airport (IATA code: ZAG, ICAO code: LDZA), also known as Zagreb Airport , is an international airport serving Zagreb, Croatia. Located some 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) southeast of Zagreb Central Station in Velika Gorica, it is the largest and busiest airport in Croatia and the hub of the Croatian flag carrier Croatia Airlines and a focus city for Trade Air. The main base of the Croatian Air Force is also located at the airport's premises. Moreover, the Croatian Air Traffic Control has its administration situated on the grounds of the airport.
Its terminal building stretches over 65,800 square meters (708,000 square feet) on three levels featuring four baggage carousels, 8 air bridges, 9 security checkpoints, 45 check-in desks, 23 passport control booths and a car park with the capacity of 1,250 vehicles. Enough space has been left for 30 additional check-in counters and 2 baggage carousels to be added once the new terminal reaches its current maximum capacity of 5 million passengers. Furthermore, the new apron has three remote stands next to the terminal, while 23 stands at the old passenger building are also used during the peak season.
In 2019, the airport handled 3,435,531 passengers and 12,881 tonnes of cargoes with 45,061 aircraft movement.
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