After just a year of opening Zagreb Airport has collected an award as the most improved airport in Europe. At the Airport Service Quality Awards held by the Airports Council International Frano Tuđman Airport was named as Europe’s most improved airport for 2017.
This award is particularly important as it involves surveys from passengers though the airport and the new multi-million Euro airport in the Croatian capital obviously impressed passengers. On a worldwide level a total of 343 airports were included in the survey and the only other time that an airport in the region has won such recognitions was when Skopje in Macedonia was awarded for the best airport with under 2 million passengers.
The most improved airport in Latin America was Belo Horizonte, in North America it went to Cleveland and in Africa to Nairobi, whilst Ahmedabad won in Asia and Dubai in the Middle East.