The airport was opened in 1962 with just one route linking the city with Belgrade, then both found in Yugoslavia. That same terminal is in operation today – the only terminal at the airport – although a new one is under construction and scheduled to open in 2019.
The ground floor of the current terminal is set aside for domestic and international arrivals. Once you go through passport control, you'll be able to take out Croatian kuna from an ATM or use the exchange office to trade in your dollars from home or your leftover euros. There's also a cafe if you need to wait for a lift, and plenty of kiosks and offices that will help you make your way to your accommodation.
Check-in desks are found on the first floor. Once you have your boarding pass, domestic flights are found to the left and international flights to the right. For those staying in Croatia, there is little to do once you pass the security checkpoint, so visiting the cafe or browsing the gift shops that flank the airlines desks is recommended.
International travellers don't have the same issue, as there are lounges, cafes and internet facilities past their security checkpoint.
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Please note: all information is correct as of September, 2016.