Whether you are traveling to Croatia for vacation or business, chances are you will be passing through Split. Also called Split Kaštela or Split Resnik, Split Airport is the second largest airport in Croatia after Zagreb. It also serves many travellers living near the Bosnian border.
Initially for military use, it was dedicated to civil aviation in 1995.
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Location & access
IATA Code: SPU
ICAO Code: LDSP
Longitude: 43.53889 N
Latitude: 16.29806 E
Altitude: 24 metres
The airport is located 25 kilometres west of Split, between Trogir and Kaštela. You can also get there by ferry or private boat, from the islands of Mljet and Hvar. If you wish, AEROAFFAIRES can book you a car with a multilingual driver.
Split Airport is open from 6am to midnight. It has an asphalt runway with a length of 2250 metres. It can accommodate turboprops, light private jets, medium private jets, long-haul private jets and regional aircrafts.
Split International Airport has a business terminal and four FBOs, which provide you with many quality services, including :
- Private lounges;
- Conference rooms;
- Fast and discreet check-in;
- VIP parking located at the foot of the business terminal;
- Luxury shops;
- On-site catering.
History of Split Airport
It opened in 1966 and experienced a steady increase in traffic, despite a period of closure during the Croatian War in 1991. The airport also served as an air force base during the Yugoslav era; it is located near the 20th transport helicopter squadron.
As you stroll around, you will be able to admire many UNESCO World Heritage sites. Split is a port and industrial city that is home to jewels of ancient architecture, such as the Peristyle, small medieval Romanesque and Gothic churches, as well as Baroque buildings.
Today it hosts an important tourist and business clientele.
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