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Zadar Airport

Zadar Airport
Zemunik
Zračna luka Zadar/Zemunik
ICAO: LDZD
ZAD is located in Croatia
ZAD
ZAD
Location of the airport in Croatia
Summary
Airport type Public
Operator Zadar Airport Ltd.
Serves Zadar
Location Zemunik Donji, Croatia
Elevation AMSL 289 ft / 88 m
Coordinates
Website
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
14/32 2,500 8,202 Concrete
04/22 2,000 6,562 Asphalt
Croatian Aeronautical Information Publication[1]

Zadar Airport (ICAO: LDZD) is the airport serving Zadar, Croatia. It is located in Zemunik Donji 8 km from Zadar railway station.[1]

History

The airport served as a former base for Lufthansa's flight school InterCockpit and it still serves as a Croatian Air Force main training base.

Zadar Airport was one of the few airports in the world where the taxiway crossed a public road. The road was closed on 7 April 2010 due to the terms negotiated with the European Union during Croatian accession negotiations.[2]

From the beginning of April 2013 Zadar Airport became a Ryanair base with a stationed Boeing 737–800 and serves 16 European destinations in Germany, Ireland, UK, France, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden and Norway.

Airlines and destinations

Airlines Destinations
Croatia Airlines Pula, Zagreb
Seasonal: Frankfurt
Danish Air Transport Seasonal charter: Billund, Odense
Enter Air Seasonal: Warsaw-Chopin[3]
Eurolot Seasonal: Gdansk, Poznan, Warsaw-Chopin
Germanwings Seasonal: Berlin-Tegel, Cologne/Bonn, Hamburg, Stuttgart
Germanwings
operated by Eurowings
Seasonal: Düsseldorf
Iberia Seasonal charter: Valladolid
InterSky Seasonal: Friedrichshafen
Seasonal charter: Zürich
Jetairfly Seasonal: Brussels
Lufthansa Regional
operated by Lufthansa CityLine
Seasonal: Munich
Ryanair Seasonal: Beauvais, Billund, Charleroi, Dublin, Gothenburg-City, Hahn, Haugesund, Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden, London-Stansted, Manchester,[4] Marseille, Moss/Rygge, Sandefjord, Stockholm-Skavsta, Weeze
Scandjet
operated by Enter Air
Seasonal charter: Jyvaskyla, Kalmar, Karlstad, Kiruna, Kokkola , Lulea, Oulu, Skellefteå, Sundsvall, Stockholm-Arlanda, Turku, Umea, Vaasa, Warsaw-Chopin, Örebro
Sky Work Airlines Seasonal: Bern
Transavia.com France Seasonal: Paris-Orly
TUIfly Seasonal: Frankfurt (begins 14 May 2015), Hanover (begins 14 May 2015)
UTair Aviation
operated by UTair-Ukraine
Seasonal: Lviv
Vueling Seasonal: Barcelona (begins 20 June 2015), Rome-Fiumicino

Statistics

Traffic at Zadar Airport
Year Passengers Cargo
1976 146,000 N/A
2001 39,244 N/A
2002 49,949 7,379
2003 69,876 11,698
2004 65,853 58,889
2005 86,857 257,658
2006 65,423 23,614
2007 119,449 13,652
2008 157,978 3,963
2009 215,868 337,919
2010 272,675 15,975
2011 284,980 19,457
2012 371,256 10,516
2013 472,572 17,267

References

  1. ^ a b AIP from the European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation
  2. ^ Zatvorena cesta Zadar-Zemunik koja presijeca aerodromsku pistu (in Croatian) – http://www.jutarnji.hr/zatvorena-cesta-zadar-zemunik-koja-presijeca-zracnu-pistu/696531
  3. ^ "Enter Air | Kup bilet". Enterair.pl. 
  4. ^ "New FR route to MAN available for booking". Ryanair.com. 

External links

Media related to at Wikimedia Commons
  • Official website
  • Airport information for LDZD at World Aero Data. Data current as of October 2006.
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