Franjo Tuđman Airport named the best airport in Europe

first_imgPhoto: Franjo Tuđman Airport The Airport Service Quality (ASQ) is a program for assessing the quality of airport services and the world’s leading program for the so-called. Benchmarking, the measurement of passenger satisfaction through 37 key performance indicators, is conducted by certified ASQ agents who interview passengers at airports, through a specialized ACI / ASQ questionnaire. “We are extremely proud of the fact that we have been recognized and rewarded by passengers and service users through the ACI / ASQ survey, in a unique survey measuring passenger satisfaction with airport services, and for the second year in a row we were named the best airport in Europe in the group. airports of 2 to 5 million passengers. The award to Franjo Tuđman Airport comes just before the third anniversary of the opening of the new passenger terminal, through which almost 10 million passengers have passed since the opening. “, said Huseyin Bahadir Bedir, President of the Management Board of Zagreb International Airport. center_img According to the survey of passengers on satisfaction with ACI / ASQ (Airports Council International / Airport Service Quality), Franjo Tuđman Airport was once again named the best airport in Europe in the group of airports of 2 to 5 million passengers.last_img read more

FIFA rules blocked Barca signing La Liga record breaker

first_imgRomero became the youngest ever player to play in La Liga on Wednesday when he replaced midfielder Iddrisu Baba for the closing stages for the visitors in a two-goal defeat at Real Madrid.It is said by Marca that the Catalan club had offered terms to the youngster and his family but because they were not residents of the city, no deal was allowed.Four years later, Romero signed for local Mallorcan team Montuïri before making the move to Mallorca, where he scored a notable 230 goals across 108 appearances in the youth teams.The 15-year-old – born 18 November 2004 – had been included in Vicente Moreno side’s squad to take on Villarreal earlier this month but ultimately made his debut against Madrid on Wednesday, aged 15 years and 219 days.For context, the teenager was born nine months after Madrid captain Sergio Ramos first appeared in La Liga – for Sevilla in February 2004.Born in the Mexican city of Durango, he holds three nationalities – Mexican, Argentinean – whom he has represented up to Under-17 category at youth level – and Spanish, as highlighted by Marca.El Mundo and Diario AS outlined how his style of play has many similarities to that of Barcelona star Lionel Messi and how there is a great deal of excitement surrounding his future. Barcelona had agreed to sign Mallorca’s Luka Romero as a seven-year-old but FIFA regulations at the time blocked any move.Advertisement Read Also: Gerrard reacts to Liverpool’s first ever Premier League silverwareRomero arrived in Spain aged three when he first lived in Villanueva de Córdoba and he now is a resident of Mallorca, with the club paying his wage – said to be €1k per month – and all his rents and utility bills.He signed for the club as a 10-year-old in 2015 and began training with Mallorca’s first-team squad this month.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Loading…last_img read more