Flights to Croatia
Flying to Croatia? Croatia has connections with all the main European airports. There are a number of airports to choose from depending on your end destination, preferred airline and budget. Low-cost and other European airlines offer flights to Croatia in just over 2.5 hours with regular timetables in the shoulder and high season.
Some airports on the Dalmatian Coast are closed in Winter, or there are no flights from International airlines, in which case you will require a connecting flight from Zagreb. Spring, Autumn and Winter have a reduced service. Summer months have regular flights flying to all destinations in the summer months.
If you are booking flights to Croatia from North America it is easy to find a connecting flight with one of the low-cost airline carriers or European airlines in all main European airports. Flight prices will depend on the airport you are flying to, the time of year you are visiting and how far you book in advance.
Croatia’s main airports
Zagreb (year-round flights to Croatia)
The capital city hosts the biggest airport, located 15km south of the city of Zagreb. Flights are available year-round from International destinations. Zagreb is connected to 50 cities around the world. Croatian Airlines offer connecting flights from Zagreb to other destinations in Croatia year-round.
Airlines that fly direct from the UK to Zagreb: British Airways, Air France, Alitalia, KLM, Lufthansa, Croatian Airlines
Dubrovnik (for flights to Southern Dalmation Coast)
Dubrovnik airport is located 20 km from the city centre. It is one of the busiest airports, especially in summer months with regular flights. In the winter, there may not be a direct flight from your destination, in which case you can get a connecting flight from Zagreb with Croatian Airlines.
Airlines that fly direct from the UK to Dubrovnik: British Airways, Croatian Airlines, Easyjet, Jet2, Norwegian, TUI, Flybe
Flights from: London Gatwick, London Stansted, Bristol, Edinburgh, Birmingham, East Midlands, Manchester, Belfast, Newcastle, Leeds & Bradford.
*British Airways is the only international airline offering year-round flights from London to Dubrovnik. Currently, winter flights from London to Dubrovnik are scheduled on Friday and Mondays making the city a great winter city break destination.
Split (for flights to Central Dalmatian Coast)
Flying to Split is an entry port to some of the well-known islands (Hvar, Brac, Solta, Vis) and the cities of Sibenik and Trogir. Split airport is located 20 km from Split city centre and 8 km from the city of Trogir with regular shuttles to both locations. Regular international flights service Split in the summer months.
Airlines that fly direct from the UK to Split: British Airways, Easyjet, Stansted, Wizzair, Jet2, Norwegian, Croatia Airlines, TUI
Airports: London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted, London Luton, Bristol, Manchester, Newcastle, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Belfast
Zadar airport is located 9km from the city centre.
Airlines that fly direct from the UK to Zadar: Ryanair, Flybe, Easyjet
Airport: London Stansted, Manchester
Pula (for flights to Istria)
Pula, located on the southern tip of Istria is the main entry point for Istria. Pula airport is located 10km north of Pula city centre.
Airlines that fly direct from the UK to Pula: British Airways, Easyjet, Ryanair, Jet2, TUI,
Rijeka airport is located 27km from Rijeka city centre. Regular buses run from the airport and wait for flight arrivals.
Airlines that fly direct from the UK to Rijeka: Ryanair
Airports: London Stansted