About Split Airport
Split Airport is an international airport located along the Adriatic coast, 15 miles/24 km from the city of Split. A car hire at Split Airport will give you endless possibilities of absorbing the Croatian beach offer exploring the hidden spots in Dalmatia.
It is the second busiest airport in Croatia, right after the Zagreb Airport. During summer months, Split Airport becomes very popular amongst tourists, as the airport provides routes to Athens, Frankfurt, London and Paris.
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Basic info and car hire in Split Airport
IATA airport code: SPU
ICAO airport code: LSDSP
Full name: Split Airport also known as Resnik Airport
Location: Kaštela, Split, Croatia
Hub for: Croatia Airlines
Website: Split Airport
Contact: Tel: ++385 (0)21 203 507, firstname.lastname@example.org
Owner: Split Airport Ltd.
Elevation: 78 ft/ 24 m
Number of runways: One
Car hire locations at Split Airport
All major car hire companies (Sixt, Hertz, Goldcar, Alamo, Enterprise etc.) are present at the Split Airport as well as a number of other local car hire agencies. You may find their in-airport offices on the ground floor and first floor. Some car hire offices are off-airport (Green Motion), however they usually offer a meet & greet service. Check with your car hire agency for the exact location and the service offered.
Drive beyond Split Airport
Available services Split Airport
Split Airport is a small single-terminal airport with all the essential facilities. Do not expect too much comfort, as the airport is mainly used for seasonal international flights. However, the airport is clean and provides the basic amenities.
There is a business-class lounge in Split Airport on the ground floor.
Baby change facilities are found on the lower level as well as on the first floor of Split Airport. We haven’t found any information about playgrounds in the airport.
For passengers who need assistance, there is a marked place in the terminal where someone can be offered the necessary help. There is an internet corner in the centre hall.
History of Split Airport
Commercial flights to Split started in 1931 with the Yugoslavian airline connecting Zagreb and Belgrade. The current Split Airport was opened in 1966 but several extensions followed to handle the increasing traffic and industry demands. Split Airport was frozen regarding the civilian passengers as the war in the former Yugoslavia broke out. Traffic began to rise again after 1995 and today, Split airport is under development. Work is expected to be finished in 2019 and include a reconstruction of the existing terminal and construction of a new one.
Petrol stations near Split Airport
There is a “Petrol” gas station on your way to Split and another “INA” gas station for cars heading towards Trogir. In general, petrol stations are positioned on the motorways in Croatia, as well as on local roads, so you shouldn’t have problems with finding one.
Smoking at Split Airport
There are no smoking facilities inside of the airport terminals. Keep in mind that smoking in a hired car is also prohibited unless you are prepared to pay for an extra cleaning service.