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Since 1st July 2013, when Croatia became full European Union member, passengers travelling within EU favourably comment additional shopping benefits and our (still) convenient prices.

For passengers travelling to out of EU destinations shopping conditions remain the same as before Croatia joined the EU.

 

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In preparations for 2013 tourist season, Split Airport Has purchased two apron low floor buses for transportation of passengers between aircraft and terminal building. Buses are adjusted to specific requirements of airport, and provide all prerequisites for safe and qualitative handling of passengers. Easier entry is provided by threshold height of only 28 cm, and three doors at each side of the bus. Modern air conditioned interior offers comfortable transport of up to 110 passengers. Fuel consumption is low, Euro 5 ecological standards are met.
Buses are purchased through open procurement procedure, from respectable German firm, Viseon – Neoplan, specialised in production of airport buses. Total investment value amounts to Euros 496.000,00, and it is financed from our own resources.
Among other significant equipment investments which are in course, or are planned for this year, we have to point out the purchase of one (1) 7-ton pallet/container loader, four (4) electrical towing tractors, twelve (12) container and heavy loads trolleys, monitors for FIDS, etc. Estimated value of this equipment is seven (7) million Kunas.

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This year, summer timetable officially starts on 31st March. During winter period regular flights to Split were covered by Croatia Airlines (Zagreb, Munich, Frankfurt and Rome) and Germanwings (Cologne and Stuttgart).

Already starting from 22nd March 2013, the first flights of Lufthansa (Munich, Frankfurt), Condor (Frankfurt, Austrian Airlines (Vienna), and Pegasus (Istanbul) are recorded.

An earlier start announces yet another successful season for Split Airport.

 

 

Emergency exercise was held at Split Airport on 28th March 2013.

The exercise simulated aircraft fire fighting and rescuing of passengers and crew on the transit flight.

According to exercise scenario, on behalf of refuelling at airport apron the fuel leak occurred, followed by the fuel ignition.

Participants in the exercise were employees of Split Airport, Croatian Air Traffic Control, INA Avioservis, Resnik Police Station, and other integral services.

The exercise was coordinated with NPRD (National Protection and Rescue Directorate, Split Office.


Split Airport, SPU (LDSP), is a Schedules Facilitated Airport (00:01h - 24:00 h ) for the summer season from 31 MAR13 until 26 OCT13.


All scheduled air traffic, charter flights, general aviation and business aviation are subject to schedule facilitation made by Traffic Coordinator or Ground OPS Centre.


Traffic Coordinator
Split Airport
Tel: (+385 21) 203503
Fax: (+385 21) 203413
SITA: SPUAPXH
E-mail: schedules@split-airport.hr

Ground OPS Centre (H24)
Split Airport
Tel: (+385 21) 203353
Fax: (+385 21) 203413
SITA: SPUAPXH
E-mail: ground.ops@split-airport.hr

 

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