Pula Airport in a nutshell


Pula Airport is the only air entry point to the Istria peninsula and is located at the very south of the peninsula. The small terminal is mainly used by summer seasonal tourist flights, which mostly go to Western Europe.

The city of Pula is 8 km away, while the resort of Medulin lies at a distance of 13 km.

Pula Airport is especially active in the summer, when many charter flights from all over Europe arrive here. Outside of summer, only Croatia Airlines flies to Pula from Zagreb and Zadar and local airline Trade Air flies to Osijek and Split. Lufthansa also operates a year-round service to Frankfurt.

Most tickets to Pula are available from Ryanair, Eurowings and easyJet, which operate summer flights from all over Europe.

Pula Airport uses one small terminal with a spacious departure hall (but with minimal seating except for a restaurant). The small arrivals area is located on the left side of the airport building.

The terminal has only a ground floor and it takes less than 3 minutes from the entrance to the gates.

Flag of Croatia
IATA code
? °C
Current weather
Local time

Get more tips for travelling from Pula Airport

Whether you’re arriving to or departing from Pula Airport, check out our handy tips and recommendations: