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Airport Zagreb. Photo by Jyoti Atma

If you’re arriving to the capital of Croatia by a plane and you have chosen Zagreb as the starting point of your trip across Croatia, then you will land at the airport Zagreb- Pleso. The airport Zagreb is the international airport and also the largest among Croatian airports. Its role when it comes to connecting Croatia and Europe in the economical and political sense is unmeasurable. The airport Zagreb is located 15 km south of Zagreb in the direction of Velika Gorica.

You can arrive to Croatia and Zagreb from almost all European airports or catch „connecting flights“ for some other Croatian airport. The longitude of the runway of the Airport Zagreb is 3.259 meters and the capacity of the airport about 2 million passengers per year. The largest relative increase in passenger numbers in 2010 was up to 0.55%, making the total of 2.067.646 passengers.

There are many airlines companies collaborating with the airport Zagreb. The most important: Germanwings, Air France, Austrian Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Croatia Airlines, Czech AIrlines, British Airways, Malev, Estonian Air ,Wizz Air, Lufthansa, Aeroflot, Tyrolean Airways, LOT, Air Lingus and Norwegian air. Croatia airlines has several direct lines to Amsterdam, Bruxeless, Frankfurt, London, Munich, Paris, Prague, Rome, Sarajevo, Skopje, Tel Aviv, Wien and Zurich. Low budget flights to Airport Zagreb: SkyEurope, EasyJet, FlyThomasCook, InterSky, RyanAir, Thomson Fly, OnAir FlyGlobeSpan, TUIFly and WizzAir. The aiport Zagreb is surrounded by one of the most beautiful airport parks in the world.

The distance from Airport Zagreb to:
– Split: 355 km
– Dubrovnik: 630 km
– Zadar: 240 km
– Pula: 240 km

Airport Zadar

If you have decided to spend your holidays in the town of Zadar in the middle of Croatian Adriatic coast, and you are arriving by a plane, then you will land at the airport Zadar in Zemunik. Zadar Airport is located 8 km from the city of Zadar. The airport Zadar was founded in 1968 in Zemunik Donji, east of the town of Zadar, the center of northern Dalmatia- its administrative, economic, cultural and political center.

Zadar has a mild climate and more than 280 sunny days per year making it an ideal place for holidays all year long. Zadar airport is serving Zadar and the entire Zadar County and its traffic in 2010 reached 272,675 passengers. Airport Zadar is also Croatian Air Force main training base. Since Zadar is such a popular holiday destination in Croatia and has great connections to the entire Europe thanks to its low-budget airlines, the traffic has increased for more than 30 %, making it one of the busiest airports in Croatia. It is especially linked to RyanAir and the UK.


Airport SplitIf your coming to Croatia by a plane and your hotel or private accommodation is located in the region of Dalmatia, your plane will land at the airport Split or the airport Dubrovnik. Split Airport also known as Resnik is a rather small international airport which has only one runway and one terminal. In the last few years the summer peak in airport activity called for an expansion of the airport capacity. By 2014, Resnik will have an expanded terminal, with 4 jetways. A new, larger apron will be built, because the present one is insufficient.

The airport Split- Resnik is located at the exit of the town Kaštela in the direction of Trogir, 20 km from Split and 6 km from Trogir in Split-Dalmatia County. The airport is the second largest in Croatia in terms of passenger numbers, handling 1,219,741 passengers in 2010. It is an important hub for Croatia Airlines offering flights to many European cities such as: London, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Rome and Paris. The airport was opened 25th of November 1966. Split airport has direct air links with 75 European cities from 21 countries and this year that number increased by 11 new destinations: Basel, Hannover, Lille, London – Stansted, Manchester, Milan, Paris, Rome, Ornskoldsvik, Aalesund, Norrkoping. The biggest increase is in the number of aircraft from Russia.

The distance from Airport Split to:
– Dubrovnik: 250 km
– Zagreb: 380 km
– Zadar: 115 km
– Pula: 390 km

If you want to visit Croatia and its North Adriatic Coast and you’re arriving by a plane, you will most likely land at the Airport Rijeka- Krk. Airport Rijeka is one of 9 Croatian most important airports and is located on the island of Krk in Omišalj. It is located in a region with more than 100 hotels in the range of 50 km from the aiport. The island of Krk and Omišalj are about 20 km from the town of Rijeka on the mainland. The size of the runway is: length- 2500 m and width- 45 m.

The airport Rijeka collaborates with following airlines: Air Berlin (Nürnberg), Croatia Airlines (London), Helvetic (Zürich), Israir Airlines (Tel Aviv), Norwegian Air Shuttle (Oslo), Sun d’Or International Airlines (Tel Aviv), TUIfly (Köln, Hanover, Leipzig, Memmingem, Stuttgart). New lines are being arranged to: Stockholm, Goteborg, Riga, Bucharest and Moscow and possibly also with Belgrade, and French and Spanish airlines as well. The island of Krk is connected with 14 towns and 9 European countries.

Low-budget airlines Ryanair is like in some other Croatian airports a very important partner, bringing thousands of passengers regularly from London and Stockholm. The flight schedule for these routes is perfect since the flights are on Fridays and Saturdays, making them perfect for long weekend at the island of Krk.

If you are arriving to Croatia and the region of Istria by a plane, you will land at the airport Pula, 6 km from the center of Pula in the direction of Labin. Pula airport is serving Pula and is the frequent starting point for holidays in Istria, Croatia’s largest peninsula. Pula airport is especially convenient for the tourists coming to visit beautiful continental Istria or the national park of Brioni, so many VIP guests land at the airport. Besides Pula they can land their small private jets at a small airport in nearby Vrsar. Today Pula airport can handle aircrafts like Boeing 747, the lenghts of its runway being 2946 m and width 45 m. The average number of passengers in Pula airport is about 300 000, and the most passengers come from Russia, Ukraine and the UK.

Because of its mild climate and technical features, Pula airport has become especially convenient for passengers from Russia who come here to visit this beautiful Croatian region and towns in Istria like: Poreč, Rovinj, Umag, Motovun and many picturesque villages.

Some of the companies collaborating with Pula airport are: Croatia Airlines, Austrian Airlines Group, Ukraine International Airlines, Belarusian National Airlines Belavia, Rossiya, KrasAir, Jat Airways, Germanwings, Ryanair, Thomsonfly, Air Mediterranee, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Monarch Airlines, Scandinavian Airlines System… Low-budget airlines Germanwings connects Pula with: London Stansted, , Bremen, Cologne – Bonn, Dresden, Madrid, Frankfurt/Main, Hanover, Munich, Berlin Schonefeld, Warsaw, Stuttgart and Zurich.

The distance from Airport Pula to:
– Split: 365 km
– Dubrovnik: 640 km
– Zagreb: 240 km
– Zadar: 250 km

Airport BračIf you plan to visit one of the most beautiful islands in the Adriatic Sea and you want to arrive by a plane, you have two options. You can either arrive at the airport of Split in Kaštela, or you can land at the airport Brač. Airport Brač has a total area of 300.00 m2 and is located in Veško field 541 m above sea level. Airport Brač can handle charter flights and private airplanes:

– Dash 8-400 (72 seats)
– ATR 42 (42 seats)
– Jumbolino – British Aerospace – BAe 146- 100, 146-200, 146-300 (around 100 seats)
– Focker 70 (70 seats)
– Jakovlev jak 40

With direct charter lines, airport Brač is connected to several towns in Austria. The airport Brač is open all year long, but the charter flights are being performed only during the summer. The airport Brač offers the possibility of landing and taking off also by night. When it comes to the size of the runway, the lenght is 1440 m and the width 30 meters. The airport Brač is located about 30 km from Supetar (ferry port to Split) and 14 km from Bol- popular tourist destination and its famous Zlatni rat beach.

The island of Brač is one of the most popular Croatian top destinations and is especially known for its unique beach Zlatni rat and its cape that changes direction depending on the wind that blows through the channel of the island Hvar. You can either land at the airport Split or the airport Brač while visiting this beautiful island, and no matter your choice of airport or type of airlines, ConnectoTransfers offers you the possibility of booking a transfer to and from airport and your desired accommodation.

Airport DubrovnikIf you have decided to visit one of the most beautiful and recognizable landmarks in Croatia- Dubrovnik and you are arriving by a plane, you will land at the Čilipi Airport- Airport Dubrovnik about 20 km from the town of Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik International airport is a one-terminal airport located south-east of the center of Dubrovnik and its Old town listed on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list. It is located in the vicinity of the towns and villages: Cavtat, Kupari, Mlini, Srebreno, Kupari, Župa Dubrovačka…

More than one million passangers land at the airport Dubrovnik every year and from here they fly across Croatia and the whole Europe, since the airport is well-connected. Dubrovnik Airport has direct lines to the UK and many other European destinations. In 1987 Dubrovnik Airport handled 1.5 million passengers and 2500 tons of cargo, making 1987 year the busiest thus far. Dubrovnik is expected to hit those figures by 2012.

Dubrovnik Airport was originally based in the village Gruda for more than 30 years and has been constructed on its current site in 1960. From the 1990s onwards, the airport has been thoroughly modernised with more innovations and facilities yet to come, and by the end of it, Dubrovnik Airport will be the largest airport in Croatia. The largest relative increase in passenger numbers in 2010 at Dubrovnik Airport was up to 13,32%, making the total of 1.257.770 passengers. Dubrovnik airport is about 250 km from the Airport Split, another important airport in this part of Croatia.

If you have decided to spend your holidays in the greenest region of Croatia- Slavonia, and you are arriving by a plane, then you will land at the airport Osijek. Osijek Airport is the international airport serving Osijek and Slavonia. The complete area of Osijek airport is about 1800 m2 with the capacity of 100.000 to 120.000 passengers per year. The aiport is located 20 km east from Osijek. The length of the runway is 2500 meters and width 45 meters. Cargo Terminal has the area of 2400m2. The apron of 27000 m² offers the possibility of parking 4 middle-range aircrafts (150 pax).

Some of the airlines collaborating with Osijek airport are:
– Croatia Airlines (Dubrovnik, Split, Zagreb)
– Germanwings (Köln)
– Ryanair (airport Frankfurt-Hahn)

Osijek is located in Eastern Croatia and its wider area comprises of approximately 100 – 150 km around the airport (driving time about 1 – 2 hours) with more than one million inhabitants. The catchments area extends to the bordering regions of Hungary (especially the region south of the city of Pecs), Bosnia Herzegovina (regions north of the city of Tuzla) and region Vojvodina in Serbia.

Like some other Croatian airports, airport Osijek has a great collaboration with Ryanair airlines, which offers twice a week flights from Osijek airport to Frankfurt (Hahn).

Airport LošinjThere are several ways to get to island of Lošinj in North Adriatic Sea and one of them is to land on the airport Lošinj. Airport Lošinj is a sports airport serving the island of Lošinj and its wider area. The airport is located 3.2 nautical miles (5.9 km) from Mali Lošinj on the island of Lošinj, Croatia. It is registered for domestic and international traffic. Its runway is 900m long and 30m wide, and is equipped with 1C signalization according to the ICAO. The current primary priority is to lengthen the runway to 1260m, and the necessary project documentation has already been created and acquired.

Up till now the only airplanes landing here are smaller ones with the capacity up to 40 seats. Some of the plane types that land at the airport Lošinj frequently are:

– Dash 7 – 8
– L – 410 Turbolet
– Cessna 150 – 500
– King Air 100
– King Air 90
– King Air 200
– Piper

Besides sports planes, from the airport Lošinj you can arrange a panoramic flight over the islands Cres, Mali Lošinj, Krk, Rab and many more.