Split Airport is the international airport serving the city of Split, Croatia. It is also known as Resnik Airport (Zračna luka Resnik). Split Airport is located 19 km (12 mi) from Split in the town of Kaštela.
In the 2018. Split airport was the second busiest in Croatia after Zagreb Airport and one of the busiest airports in the region handling around 3.12 million passengers. It is a major destination for leisure flights during the European summer holiday season and an important focus city for Croatia Airlines that offers flights to European cities such as Frankfurt, London and Paris.
Flights to Split
The current facility at the Split Airport serves as base for more than 40 airline companies that connect the airport to more than 50 destinations across the world. Adria Airways, Czech Airlines, Enter Air, Jet Time, Mistral Air, Orenair, Transavia France and Wings of Lebanon are among the airline that operates charter services to and from the Split Airport, aswell as many low-cost airlines (Ryanair, easyJet, Eurowings, Vueling etc.)
Split Airport transfer
If you are international traveler flying to Split who is looking for the best way to get from Split airport to Split Center, or from Split Airport to Novalja, Dubrovnik, Plitvice Lakes, Zadar and other popular destinations, you should BOOK a private taxi transfer. Transfer service is usually cheaper and than taxi, there are is no waiting, you can enjoy WiFi in vehicles and you know the price before you book a transfer.
Let’s Go Transfer Service specialise in airport transfers – we provide the best, low cost door to door transfers in Croatia.
Our english speaking drivers will pick you up at your location at the agreed time. If you book an Airport Transfer, our english speaking driver will meet you at the Arrivals hall with your name written on the board, take care of your lagguage and help you with a friendly advice. All prices are fixed and there are no extra costs for luggage or waiting times.
You can relax and enjoy comfortable ride and free WiFi during the transfer.