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Croatia grants concession to French company for Zagreb Airport
Zagreb - French company Zagreb Airport International Company is granted a concession by the Croatian Government for expansion of the capital's airport.
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The European Coastal Airlines departure lounge on Rab.
French company wins concession for Zagreb Airport
The historic town of Sibenik, with its own World Heritage Site, was another highlight.
Luggage handling at Zagreb Airport, seaplane style.
The island of Rab comes into view.
The historic city of Zadar, which will soon be added to the ECA network. As Ryanair's only base in Croatia, the combination offers interesting possibilities for tourists.
A busy day at IKEA, one of the sights on the flight from Rab to Zagreb.
The staff at the new ECA destination handled check-in very efficiently.
Touchdown at Zagreb Airport, some 37 minutes after leaving Rab. A world of international connections await. Finally Croatian islands are connected to the world, daily, 12 months a year.
Arrival at the island of Rab.
The European Coastal Airlines sea port on Rab, which is not just 37 minutes away from Zagreb, and 45 from Split.
Seaplane departures are a popular event for young families in Jelsa. Pilots of the future, perhaps? The initial route of Split Airport to Jelsa has been a popular success.
The scenery from Rab to Zagreb was no less breathtaking.
The island of Rab, which is also credited as the home of naturism in Croatia after an abdicating British king and Mrs Simpson went skinny-dipping here in 1936.
Each ECA sea port will be equipped with a hospitality centre. The Rab Fly In.
ECA aims to connect all of Croatia's inhabited islands.
The flight to Rab afforded great views of some of Croatia's top marinas.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site of the old town of Trogir was one of the early sights from Split.
European Coastal Airlines CEO Captain Klaus Dieter Martin and PR Director Marija Vuletic flanking two customers on the first flight to Rab, who were also on the first ever ECA flight, from Split Airport to Jelsa on Hvar.
Croatia has 1,185 islands, and it seems that most of them can be viewed on the picturesque 45-minute flight to Split.
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