Skopje International Airport
TAV Airports undertook the operation of Skopje Airport in the capital city of North Macedonia, with effect from March 1st, 2010; another important step for TAV Airports in its target region Europe. Rebuilt by TAV Airports to increase the capacity, Skopje Airport started its operations on September 8th, 2011. The airport has an annual capacity of 4 million passengers and it will be operated by TAV Airports until March 2030. Setting off with the goal to make Skopje as one of the major "hubs" in the Balkans, TAV Airports expanded the Skopje Airport within 18 months and 5 days with new 40 thousand square meters terminal building to accommodate 6 passenger bridges, the apron and the runway as well as increasing the cargo and car park capacities. A 40 thousand tons capacity a year cargo hangar, a new fire station, 5 thousand square meter management building, 300 vehicle car park, 23 check-in counters and 500 meter expansion to the runway were also amongst the works completed. Becoming a popular attraction point in the Balkans with its increasing passenger number and high quality service, Skopje Airport was honored by Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Award in its category by Airports Council International (ACI) in 2012, 2013 and 2015. The airport was listed amongst top ten airports of East Europe at Skytrax World Airport Awards in 2015, 2016 and 2017. Together with Ohrid, the airports operated by TAV in North Macedonia served more than 2 million passengers and 18 000 flights in 2017.
For the offical web site, please visit skp.airports.com.mk