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Flights to Split

Affordable, speedy flights to the sunny Croatian city of Split mean it's fast become a popular travel destination for Brits and international travellers from around the globe. The history of the city goes back over 2,200 years, and visitors to Split will discover many of its ancient buildings and monuments still stand. Split Airport is located about 12 miles out of town and is increasingly busy throughout the summer vacation season.

Which is the main airport in Split?

Split Airport is about 12 miles from downtown Split and is the only airport for the town. It is the second-largest international airport in Croatia, and it handles more than 3 million passengers each year. Zadar Airport is the closest alternative option for flying to Split and is about 100 miles away from the town.

Which airlines offer flights to Split?

Summer is peak season for flights into Split, and the airport has been upgraded in order to cope with increased demand. Over 40 airlines fly into Split, including Wizz Air, Vueling, Transavia, Ryanair, TUI, Jet2, British Airways and easyJet. Many of these services are purely seasonal, and it's anticipated that around 3.5 million passengers annually will pass through the airport from 2019 onward.

Why travel by plane to Split?

Flights from the UK to Split take about two hours 30 minutes, and the increased availability of flights from regional airports as well as London airports makes Split an attractive vacation destination for many Brits. The same can be said for Scandinavian, EU, and Russian vacation makers as Split is an attractive travel destination for visitors of all ages.

Before you travel to Split by plane - good to know!

Visitors arriving at Split Airport during the peak summer season will find the catamaran service from the airport to the Split harbour is a great introduction to the town and a stylish way to kick off any visit. This can be booked in advance or on arrival at Split Airport.  Croatia is a land of castles, forests, rolling hills and tumbling rivers, so any visitor is well advised to spare a little time exploring the country and its landscapes to learn more about its history and amazing landscapes. Sports enthusiasts will also find a bike tour of the nearby Marjan hills is a wonderful way to spend a day in the Split area.

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