Dubrovnik Airport Passenger Reviews and Dubrovnik Airport Traveller Reports
Dubrovnik Airport customer review : 27 May 2013 by P Cullen (UK)|
Rating : 8/10
A very good airport that seems well equipped to cope the traffic it receives (admittedly it was fairly quiet when
we arrived and departed). There was a 10 minute wait to have passports checked on arrival, but apart from that
everything was very efficient and easy. The bus service to the city is cheap and convenient, but be aware it runs
according to the flight schedules rather than a regular timetable so you need to check the day before your
departure. Also, it does not pick you up where it drops you off on arrival (the tourist office will give you the
information you need). A nice airport serving a wonderful city.
Dubrovnik Airport customer review : 18 October 2010 by Mark Wadham (France)
Customer Rating : 5/5
I arrived at this airport. It was the most efficient passport control and luggage retrieval
experience I have had. Within 10 minutes of landing I was outside sitting on the bus to town
accompanied by my checked luggage.
Dubrovnik Airport customer review : 21 August 2010 by J Tennant
Customer Rating : 5/5
A lovely little airport with a newly built and quite stylish looking terminal. Very efficient
for both arrivals and departures and no hold ups at all, though it did seem pretty quiet both
times. Everything is well signposted and retail outlets appear sufficient and spacious enough
for the numbers using them. Staff encountered spoke good English and both kunas and euros were
happily accepted. There is very limited seating before security, but plenty airside. A nice
and rarely seen touch, is a dedicated smoking lounge airside, this alone is worth 5 stars!
The roads leading to the airport, at least from the north, follow the coastline and though
very scenic, do not lend themselves to high speeds. I had arranged transfers through my hotel
and can't comment on taxi or bus services, but a 30 minute journey from Dubrovnik, given no
congestion, seems reasonable. All in all a good experience.
Dubrovnik Airport by M Fisher
6 September 2007 Customer Rating :
It looks like the airport terminal is currently in the middle of a much needed expansion program.
Arrived at the same time as one other flight and there was absolute chaos in the tiny baggage
reclaim area as there were too many people in the available space and the monitors above the
carousels didn't show which one was being used for which flight.
Departed at the same time as another three flights and while it was easy to get through check-in and
security, both of which were fairly spacious, the gate area was extremely cramped. It was also
impossible to hear any announcements there due to the echo and the noise generated by several
hundred other people.
Dubrovnik Airport by Paul Nash
26 July 2004 Customer Rating : n/a
We use Dubrovnik airport 2 or 3 times a year. It is light, airy and as far as we are concerned
friendly. Compared to such places as Esbjerg and Charleroi it is a luxury. The duty free is
mind blowing - 200 cigarettes for £10 and Cuban white rum about £7 per litre. For some holiday
makers I daresay the lack of fast food outlets is a major drawback!
Airport by David Jaros
Have arrived in July 04 afternoon - however landing runway in not top condition, terminal fully
reconstructed after war, fast luggage unloading but very tight space especially for peak times due
to increasing incoming in season an low-cost boom. No space for passport cues forces police to work
fast. Nearly no public bus connection into city (3 times a day !), only taxi for 30 Euro (25
km). By departure tight space by check-in (one or two counters maximum per flight, only BA 3
counters). Nearly no seats to wait or watch planes - only two large restaurant bars force you to sit
there and spend money. There are 7 gates, but you must wait until you are announced to pass security
as the 1-4 are separate from 5-8 where also three duty free shops are located. Prices reasonable and
cheaper than departure hall downstairs (especially for spirits). Very strict and unfriendly security
by state policemen, access to planes by walk or bus. Good point to discover southern Croatia,
Montenegro or Bosnia.
Airport by Mark Guthrie
This is a relatively pleasant airport to use even though its facilities may be rather limited,
certainly for those departing on domestic flights. Check in is undertaken by staff whose strength
lies in their efficiency rather than the warmth of their service. Be advised: check in staff are
zealous to detect any batteries in checked luggage. Luggage is screened for any offending batteries
and will not be despatched until they are removed. Waiting facilities at the gate are spartan but
adequate. It's better to wait for as long as possible in the large restaurant before boarding one's
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