Dubrovnik Airport Ltd.

Dubrovnik Airport Ltd.

The history of the Dubrovnik airport can be divided in four different periods witch begin in 1936. at the airport in a place called Gruda at Konavle. After the Secand World War the airport was built on a new location in Čilipi where its stands today.

1936 - Beginning of air traffic on grass air strip at Gruda (Konavle).
1940 - Air traffic was innterupt because The World War II
1960 - Beginning of construction of new airport on present location.
1962 - Beginning of new airport operation
1991-1992 - Occupation of Dubrovnik Airport by Yugoslav aggressor army, total devastation and plundering of all equipment.
2007 - Investment in heliport in Dubrovnik, instalation of wastewater purification system, Master plan of Dubrovnik Airport has been made.

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Dubrovnik Airport Ltd. Čilipi - Konavle
Čilipi 20213

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+385 20 773 333, +385 20 773 110
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