Tivat Airport TIV
is Montenegro's largest Airport (Montenegro is a country situated on the Adriatic Coast of the Balkan Peninsula). Because of the Airport area’s mountainous terrain, takeoff and landing is very difficult and therefore the Airport is only open during daytime hours.
TIV Airport is located in the Bay of Kotor, 4 km from Tivat, 7 km from Kotor (a UNESCO World Heritage site) and 20 km from the tourist city of Budva.
With 982,558 passengers in 2016, Tivat Airport is served by regular and lost-cost airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe, as well as by charters. The summer season accounts for most of the international air traffic. Flights to Belgrad, Moscow, & Kiev are scheduled throughout the year.
From Tivat Airport,
The passenger terminal at Tivat Airport was completely overhauled and houses offices for Montenegro Airlines and Jat Airways. It offers the following services & amenities: An Information desk; check-in desks; free Wi-Fi internet access; a simple restaurant; two small shops for food, drink, souvenirs, etc.; a Duty and Tax Free shop located post-security; a CK Bank for money transfer & currency exchange, and an ATM cash machine in front of it; three tourist agencies and tour operators; and rental cars. For Lost property call +382 32 670 913 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Passengers are encouraged to check-in online, choose their seat and print out their interactive web registration, by choosing their seat on the plane and print their boarding pass.
VIP lounges: VIP 1 & 2 each hold 8 persons - convertible into as a single room. VIP 3 is the 'Presidential' lounge with a capacity of 11 persons.
Parking is available in the parking lot across from the passenger terminal.
you can rent a car, or take one of the cheap and reliable taxis. Many area hotels also offer their own shuttle service for their guests.
Present and future Airport developments:
As the current terminal is getting too crowded, construction on a new 13,000 sq.meter terminal started in Spring 2016. When completed it should handle up to three million passengers annually. The work also includes apron & runway extensions. A new control tower is already operational. (No indication yet as to completion date).