Ohrid St. Paul the Apostle Airport is its official name, but it is mainly just called Ohrid Airport. It is located northwest of the city about 6 miles. Due to the increase in Wizz Air, the destination for mainly holidaymakers has grown considerably in the last 10 years. The location is also fantastic with good weather on a large lake. OHD Departures are from the 2,550-foot runway to some twenty destinations in Europe. Ohrid departures are often seasonal but there are also flights by Wizz Air all year round. Some important destinations are Amsterdam, Vienna, Dortmund, Zurich, London, Milan, Basel and the Polish cities of Warsaw and Katowice.
Ohrid has a small airport and terminal. All actions take place on the ground floor, both arrivals and departures. The Ohrid Airport departures start on arrival at the terminal right in front of you where you can check in. Then you go right through the passport control to the gates to leave.