The Airport is 5 km from Kavtat, reached directly from motorway D-8; it s near the suburb of Cilipi (on motorway E65) - and 15 km from the city center of Dubrovnik, on the Adriatic Sea (at the southern tip of Croatia and bordering to the east on Bosnia/Herzegovina. (Motorway D-8 takes you also to the Montenero border (17 km) .
With a long runway and nearly 2 million passenger in 2016, Dubrovnik Airport is hub to Dubrovnik Airline and is served by regular and low-cost international airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe. Many of the destinations offered by the airlines & charters are seasonal.
NOTE: Passengers not able to check-in their flight on-line with their airline, may check-in online at the Airport web.
The new passenger terminal complex at Dubrovnik Airport was previously divided into connecting Terminals A & B (TA, TB) with a Ground level, and levels 1, 2 & 3. While TA meanwhile mergerd into TB, the newly completed $294M TC with 16 airline gates (next to TB) opened May 13, 2017 (work on TC continues thereafter). Following the opening of TC, work started on merging TB with TC - to be completed in time for the start of the Summer Season 2017.
Note: No map is yet available for the integrated new terminal.
Future Airport Developments:
Projects to startduring 2017/18: a multi-story parking garage, new air bridges and new baggage handling system, Other plans call for a 4-star hotel, a new runway & converting current runway into a taxiway. Until 2019 the Airport will 'cater for future growth in traffic and improve safety and service standards'.