Flying to Croatia, choose between Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar, Zagreb, Pula or Rijeka airport. For incentive programs based in Dubrovnik land at Dubrovnik airport, well connected to European cities from spring to autumn. Direct flights from Amsterdam, Berlin, Belfast, Bristil, Brussels, Cologne, Copenhagen, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hannover, Helsinki, London, Luxembourg, Marseille, Munich, Oslo, Paris, Rotterdam, Stockholm, Venice, Vienna and Zurich.
Split airport is best option for incentive and meeting programs in Dalmatian capital, Hvar island or the near-by Šibenik. With the recent expansion of the terminal, the Split airport boosts the quality of services for guests travelling from Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Gothenburg, Helsinki, London, Munich, Oslo, Paris, Stockholm, Vienna and Zurich.
Zadar airport offer another point of entry for group programs in Zadar, Šibenik or on Obonjan island. The number of flights in season is stadily increasing since the introduction of low-cost flights in 2007. Direct flights from Amsterdam, Aarhus, Berlin, Brussels, Cologne, Copenhagen, Eindhoven, Frankfurt, Liverpool, London, Lyon, Manchester, Marseille, Munich, Nantes, Orly, Oslo, Stockholm, Stuttgart and Vienna.
Zagreb airport serves conference and incentive groups travelling to the capital with direct flights from 46 destinations including Amsterdam, Brussels, Cologne, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Helsinki, London, Oslo, Stockholm, Stuttgart, Toronto(operate by Air Canada), Vienna, Zurich. Croatian national carrier and Star Alliance member Croatia Airlines will strengthen the Zagreb-Amsterdam route in 2020. A total of eight flights per week will be offered. The additional flight on Tuesdays will run from April 28 to September 29, 2020.
New flight: American Airlines (Philadelphia – Dubrovnik from June to October 2020)
New flight: American Airlines (Philadelphia – Zagreb from June to October 2020)
A key entry point to Slovenia is the Ljubljana airport which is connected throughout year with direct flights from Frankfurt, Munich, Zurich, Vienna, Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, Paris–Charles de Gaulle, Warsaw, Prague and London, Manchaster.
New flight option: British Airways flying from London–Heathrow to Ljubljana from 22 May to 25 September 2020.
New flight option: Finnair returns to Ljubljana Airport with the Ljubljana – Helsinki flight timetable 2020 (30 March to 24 October 2020).
With two international airports and the near-by airport of Dubrovnik, choose your arrival destination in line with your incentive and conference program. Tivat airport, near the Boka Bay and the luxury hotels, offers direct flights from Brussels, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Helsinki, London, Oslo, Paris and Zurich. The capital is served by the Podgorica airport with several international and low cost airlines.