Osijek Airport (Croatian: Zračna luka Osijek; IATA: OSI, ICAO: LDOS) is the international airport of Osijek, Croatia. It is located 20 km east southeast of Osijek and is situated near the Osijek – Vukovar regional road, southwest of the eponymous village of Klisa.
Zračna luka Osijek/Klisa
|Operator||Osijek Airport Ltd.|
|Elevation AMSL||291 ft / 89 m|
The terminal building, with area of 1300 m2, provides flow from 200 to 400 passengers per hour, i.e. 100,000 to 150,000 passengers per year. As an additional passenger service there is possibility for contracting individual charter flights. The passenger terminal is equipped to handle domestic and international traffic, it features passport and custom controls, passenger and baggage check-in, exchange, information, a café-bar and restaurant as well as rent a car, taxi and car parking services.
Osijek Airport is primarily constructed for cargo traffic, due to Croatia's favorable geographic and transport position. One of the examples is that the airport's appron can handle larger freighter aircraft such as the B747 and A330.
In order to get Croatia included into European transport network, government and local authorities are investing and developing transport infrastructure and combined transport activities: road and railroad network, international waterway, the Drava, with the cargo port and Osijek Airport.
The complex traffic Corridor Vc (road, railway, and river and air traffic) which connects Northern, Central and Southern Europe represents an opportunity to integrate economic development and traffic movement into the Central European area. It is opportunity – for all economic areas, such as manufacturers, distributors, as it for Osijek Airport.-
A second aerodromeEdit
There is also a secondary airfield, used exclusively for sport and private flying purposes. Located South-West of the city centre, it is called Čepin and has ICAO code LDOC. It is also used for exhibitions. When Pope John Paul II visited Croatia, this was the place where the service was held. Also, the annual car-show is held here.
Airlines and destinationsEdit
|Croatia Airlines||Seasonal: Dubrovnik, Split|
|Trade Air||Dubrovnik, Pula, Rijeka, Split, Zagreb|
|1980–90||33,000 per year||N/A|
- AIP from the European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation
- "Croatian government statistic data" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 21 July 2011. Retrieved 14 January 2009.
- "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 5 March 2016. Retrieved 13 September 2013.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
- http://www.dzs.hr/Hrv_Eng/publication/2017/05-01-05_12_2017.htm[permanent dead link]
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