Flights to Croatia
Flights to Croatia from the UK
Which Croatia airport do flights land in?
Dubrovnik Airport is the main international hub for Croatia and is located about 15 miles (24km) south of the city centre. Also in Croatia, Zagreb Pleso Airport is 10 miles (17km) southeast of Zagreb, Split Airport is 16 miles (25km) west of Split, and Pula Airport is four miles (6km) northeast of the city of Pula.
Are there direct flights between London and Croatia?
There are direct cheap flights to Croatia from airports in the UK, including London.
How long is the flight from London to Croatia?
The flight from London to Croatia usually takes about three hours.
What is the time difference between London and Croatia?
Croatia is one hour ahead of London time.
Which airlines fly to Croatia from London?
There are frequent direct cheap flights from London to Croatia: to Dubrovnik Airport on EasyJet, Norwegian, Jet2 and Monarch; to Zagreb Pleso Airport on EasyJet and British Airways; to Split on Croatia Airlines, EasyJet, Wizz Air, Lufthansa, Norwegian, Monarch and Jet2; and to Pula on Ryanair, Thomson Airways and Jet2.
Flights to Croatia from the USA
Are there direct flights between the US and Croatia?
There are a handful of direct flights from the US to Croatia, and plentiful indirect flights.
How long is the flight from the US to Croatia?
A direct flight from Washington DC to Croatia takes between nine and 10 hours.
What is the time difference between the US and Croatia?
Croatia is six hours ahead of New York time; Croatia is nine hours ahead of Los Angeles time.
Which airlines fly to Croatia from the US?
British Airways, Norwegian, Delta and Alitalia fly direct from several cities in the US to Dubrovnik. Air Canada, Lufthansa, Alaska Airlines, Croatia Airlines, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Austrian Airlines and Condor fly direct between several airports in the US and Zagreb.
Airports in Croatia
The airport is situated 10 miles (17km) southeast of Zagreb.
The airport is situated about 15 miles (24km) south of Dubrovnik.
The airport is situated 16 miles (25km) west of Split.
The airport is located 4 miles (about 6km) northeast of the city of Pula.