With Eurosky you can reach Croatia in a few clicks on a private jet; you can depart 2 hours after your confirmation if you wish. Croatia is one of the classic summer destinations. Whether for its seascapes, historical cities or festivals, Croatia attracts many tourists.
How to get to Croatia by private jet? How much does it cost to rent a plane to Croatia? In this article you will find answers to these questions.Do not hesitate to contact us if you need us to provide you further information.
Which airport to choose in Croatia for your private Jet flight?
Croatia has more than ten airports. The most requested airports by our customers are Zadar, Dubrovnik, Split, Zagreb and Pula.
Zadar Airport by private jet:
IATA-> ZAD ICAO-> LDZD.
Located 8 km south of Zadar city, this small airport is very competitive during the summer months. We charter planes to this destination very often, it is the most popular among our customers who want to go to Croatia.
Its proximity to the Adriatic islands and its position on the Dalmatian coast make Zadar Airport very demanded.
The airport usually closes at 10pm, however it is possible to have an extension upon request with an additional cost of 250 euros per hour.
Besides, Zadar Airport has a Corporate terminal that offers VIP services and two lounges where you can relax and wait for your flight comfortably.
How to get to Pag Island: There is only one route to make the trip and it usually takes between 1:30 and 2 hours during high season due to traffic jams.
Split Kastela Airport:
IATA-> SPU. ICAO -> LDSP.
It is Croatia’s second airport with more air traffic after Zagreb. Its closeness to Bosnia makes it an interesting airport for passengers wishing to travel there.
The airport can accommodate any type of aircraft, but it is not h24 (opens from 6am to midnight). Slots requests must be made in advance, as it is usually crowded.
It has a corporate terminal equipped with all the facilities for our VIP passengers:
IATA->DBV. OACI-> LDDU.
Dubrovnik is Croatia’s most touristic city (long before Khalessi wanted to pack up and take her dragons there -with all the Game of Thrones filming equipment). Its medieval village, its splendid coastline and its proximity to Bosnia makes it a highly demanded tourist destination.
We operate business flights and also many Charters for incentive events and tour operators.
Its 3.300 meter runway allows you to operate with any type of aircraft from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Its corporate aviation terminal allows a VIP treatment for our business flights which makes the joy of our passengers.
Zagreb Franjo Tudman Airport
IATA->ZAG. OACI-> LDZA.
It is Croatia’s most important airport as it gives service to the Croatian capital .It is the base of the national airline, Croatian Airlines. Any type of aircraft can operate from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m., and the airport has a Corporate aviation terminal.
It is the base of several private jet operators that we regularly use for our European customers.
Pula Airport by private jet :
IATA->PUY. ICAO-> LDPL.
Pula Airport serves the eastern part of the Croatian coast.
It can be used as an alternative for flights from neighboring regions , Slovenian and Italian, when fog becomes too heavy in winter.
It does not have an executive terminal, but upon request, we can have access to runway with your car so you can have more comfort and privacy.
Prices for private jet to Croatia
We will take Zadar as a reference, as it is the most requested airport .
Nice – Zadar by private jet:
From 7000 euros in a very light 4-seat jet
From 8.500 euros with a 6-seater light jet plane
Zadar – Mykonos by private jet:
From 12.500 euros to a 5-seater cj1
Ibiza – Zadar by private jet:
From 9 a.m. 9.500 euros in a very light jet of 4 seats.
However, we recommend using a light jet on this route because the very light jet will be limited by its range.
From 11.000 euros in 7 jet seats 2.
Do not hesitate to contact us, we can adapt your private flight according to your needs: provide us your destination, number of passengers, schedules, luggage, and flight date.