Dubrovnik-Čilipi is about twenty kilometers from the center of Dubrovnik
It is the third busiest in Croatia, after the airports in Zagreb and Split. During the summer season, it is popular for flights to the Croatian coast, especially to Dubrovnik and surrounding cities such as Cavtat and Herceg Novi.
Dubrovnik Airport is the hub of Croatia Airlines, where many other national and low-cost airlines fly through it. More than three million passengers are transported through this airport annually.
Dubrovnik Airport has a main terminal for the arrival and departure of passengers, which consists of passenger building "B" - arrivals and passenger building "C" - departures.
Dubrovnik Airport has a special terminal for business and general aviation passengers (GAT) located in the eastern part of the airport.
You can reach the airport by the D8 road. Cavtat is 5 km away, and Dubrovnik about 20 km to the north, while to the south the nearest place is Gruda (10 km away). The Croatian border with Montenegro is only 17 km away, and Herceg Novi is the nearest Montenegrin town, some 45 km away, is a little over an hour's drive.