Split International is the second busiest airport in Croatia, behind Zagreb Airport. Split Airport saw its first plane in 1931, when it was still part of Yugoslavia, and now welcomes more than two million passengers every year. The airport is located almost 25km from the city centre.
Split Airport is housed in a single terminal with two storeys. All gates for departures and arrivals – domestic and international – can be found on the ground floor. This floor also has check-in counters, custom checks and baggage carousels.
Other amenities such as an international business lounge, ATMs and a gift shop can be found on the ground floor.
Upstairs you'll find shopping and dining options. As well as cafes, bars and restaurants, there are three duty-free shops and an international departure waiting room.
Croatia is not currently part of the Schengen zone, but officials have stated a desire to join that select group of nations, so changes may be afoot.
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Please note: all information is correct as of September, 2016.