Pula, the largest city in Istria, is just as attractive whether you are arriving by bus, car or any other means of transportation. If you have chosen to reach your destination by plane, you can arrive by a scheduled flight or one of the many charter flights at Pula Airport, the largest international airport in Istria and one of the nine airports in Croatia. Pula Airport is only five kilometers from the city center, and can be easily reached by bus, organized transfer or taxi.
Especially in the summer months Pula is well connected with nearly all European cities by scheduled flights. In addition to the national airline company Croatia Airlines several other companies connect Pula with European destinations: Ryan air, JET 2 COM, GERMANWINGS, SAS, Norwegian, Air Serbia, Globus Airlines, Transavia,Windrose, Ukraine Airlines, Thomson Airways, Aer Lingus, VUELING.COM and Easy Jet.
Pula is situated 164 kilometers from Trieste Airport, 221 kilometers from Ljubljana Airport Brnik, 135 kilometers from Rijeka Airport (Krk), 277 kilometers from TrevisoAirport (Italy) and 275 kilometers from Marco Polo Airport in Venice. Pleso Airport in the Croatian capital Zagreb lies at a distance of 268 kilometers from Pula and is well connected by regular daily flights to Pula.