Dubrovnik Airport

Overview summary

Dubrovnik airport is located close to the Adriatic coast near the village of Cilipi, Croatia. It is the third airport of the country in terms of passenger traffic.

Dubrovnik cultural heritage attracts many visitors, especially during the summer. The airport, which originally catered to European charter flights, is now developing its private aviation operations (private jets and helicopters).

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Dubrovnik Airport opened its doors in 1962. However, the city was previously served by Gruda airport, which opened for commercial traffic in 1936.

Partially destroyed in 1991 by Serbian troops during the war in Croatia, it reopened the next year and was eventually entirely rebuilt. Since 2007, it is also equipped with a helipad.

The construction of a new terminal will be completed by the end of 2015, which will allow the airport to welcome up to 3 million passengers a year.


Located 9.5 miles from Dubrovnik, the airport is a 25-minute drive away from the city centre (by the E25 highway). Transfers by private vehicle can also be arranged.


Equipped with Croatia’s longest runway, Dubrovnik airport can handle any type of aircraft.

Airport Codes: DVB/LDDU
Longitude: 018°16′06″ E
Latitude: 42°33′41″ N
Elevation: 527 ft.
Runway Length Available: 10 827 ft.
Surface: asphalt
Number of Terminals: 1


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