Dubrovnik Airport (DBV/LDDU)


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Dubrovnik - a UNESCO World Heritage site, a resort of stunning beauty and value - soon to be served by superb new airport infrastructure.

Why Dubrovnik?

Dubrovnik city is a true pearl and is recognised on the UNESCO World Heritage List. To its visitors Dubrovnik offers breathtaking beauty intermingled with stunning cultural, sports and entertainment facilities. The superb Mediterranean climate, excellent cuisine, warm hospitality, and a crystal sea sprinkled with 1,100 islands, guarantees many return visits from the travellers who love this region.

A 3,300m runway - the longest in Croatia - makes it possible for handling large jets. In the 1980s there was daily direct New York service which has not been resumed despite demand evidence.

Why Dubrovnik Airport?

Dubrovnik Airport enables easy access to the region providing a 3,300m runway – the longest in Croatia – making it suitable for handling even the largest aircraft.

Dubrovnik - a UNESCO World Heritage site, a resort of stunning beauty and value - soon to be served by superb new airport infrastructure.

Marketing and other support

Dubrovnik Airport offers an airport charges incentive programme for airlines interested in taking up new routes, additional frequencies, or year-round traffic. Besides financial support, the airport offers assisted advertising as well.

Dubrovnik - a UNESCO World Heritage site, a resort of stunning beauty and value - soon to be served by superb new airport infrastructure.

Catchment Area

The direct catchment area of the Dubrovnik Airport (within a range of 100 km) includes the southern territory of Croatia, southern parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and eastern parts of the Montenegro.

 

Freight opportunities and other economic impact factors

Contact route development specialist for further information.

Dubrovnik Airport

The new terminal in 2011 will allow for a doubling of the current 1m throughput.

Airport Facts:

Geography

  • Dubrovnik Airport is located only 20 km from the centre of Dubrovnik.
  • Dubrovnik Airport is served by the local bus services, taxis as well as car rental companies.

Infrastructure & Operations

  • Runways: one runway 3,300m long (longest in Croatia)
  • Operating hours: 04:00-21:00 UTC, on request 24 hours with approval of airport operator
  • Terminals: 1

Important infrastructure developments and/or other news

In 2005, the airport started its most ambitious-ever reconstruction project: ‘Dubrovnik Airport for +2 million passengers’.

Old airport building
(until 2005)
Reconstructed building
(opening 2011)
Total area 11,744 m2 36,576 m2
No. of floors Ground floor,1st Ground,1st,2nd floor+gallery
Yearly pax capacity of 1.5 million + 2 million
Capacity per hour 2,000 5,000
Number of check-in counters 16 33+2
Number of agency counters 18 34
Shops 500 m2 1,098 m2
Restaurants/Catering 800 m2 1,142 m2
Gates 8 7 + 4 passenger bridges
Arrival luggage hall 600 m2 1,659 m2
VIP lounge 91 m2 110 m2
Business lounge 20 m2 1,025 m2

Vital statistics (2007)

  • Total Passengers – 1,143,168 (+2%)
  • Domestic – 19%
  • International passengers – 81%
  • Charter passengers – 32%
  • Scheduled – 68%
  • Aircraft movement – 15,047 (+1%)
  • Largest carrier – Croatia Airlines

Financials

Airport charges: 
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