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Dubrovnik's Airport is at Cilipi. Taking a flight is the simplest way to get to Dubrovnik and there it is an increasingly competitive route making it possible to find cheap fares. Low-cost carriers such as Easyjet and Germanwings have entered the market but you usually will not find those fares on a flight-comparison engine. You must go directly to the airline website. Consider also taking a cheap flight to another Croatian city and then a bus to Dubrovnik.
Jet2.com flies from Edinburgh, Belfast, Manchester, Newcastle and Leeds to Dubrovnik.
In 2016 the high season will see about 60 routes into Dubrovnik, far too many to list but here is a sampling:
Croatia Airlines from Amsterdam, Athens, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Nice, Paris, Rome, Tel Aviv, Venice, Zurich
Air Berlin from Berlin and Dusseldorf
Austrian Airlines from Vienna
Brussels Airlines from Brussels
Germanwings from Berlin, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Hannover, Stuttgart
Vueling from Barcelona
Volotea from Marseille and Venice
Sun Express from Leipzig
Thomson Airways from Bristol, Newcastle, Glasgow
Transavia from Amsterdam, Munich
Jet2.com from Belfast, Edinburgh
Air Serbia from Belgrade
Air Baltic from Riga
Norwegian Air Shuttle from Bergen, Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm, Madrid, Barcelona
Aegean Airlines from Athens
Flybe from Birmingham
JetAirFly from Brussels
Scandinavian Airlines from Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm
Easyjet from Berlin, Bristol, Edinburgh, London Gatwick, London Stansted, Geneva, Lyon, Milan, Paris, Toulouse
Lufthansa from Frankfurt, Munich
Eurolot from Gdansk, Krakow, Warsaw
Finnair from Helsinki
British Airways from London Gatwick
Iberia from Madrid
Aeroflot from Moscow
There are no direct flights from any North American airport to Dubrovnik. Chances are, you'll get the best deals if you change in the UK or Germany.
Reliable Expedia is always a good first stop in checking for cheap flights to Europe.
Croatia Airlines has several flights a day between Zagreb and Dubrovnik which take about an hour. There are also twice weekly flights from Split in the summer. Trade Air has weekly Friday flights from Split and Rijeka to Dubrovnik from mid-March to mid-October, bookable through Croatia Airlines
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