Ohrid International Airport

St. Paul The Apostle Airport is operational from small to medium-large aircrafts. The apron can accommodate up to 9 aircraft and the terminal is equipped to handle up to 400,000 passengers annually. The main purpose of St. Paul the Apostle Airport is to serve as a second airport in Macedonia and alternative to Alexander the Great Airport and to cater to flights bringing in tourists destined for Ohrid.

Facts and Figures

400,000 passengers per year / Terminal Design Capacity
36,000 m² / Apron Area
11,000 m² / Car Park Area

As Project Director of the main contractor, management of renovation of terminal building, construction of VIP building, carpark and apron works including design, construction and commisioning of ST.Paul the Apostle international airport.

Project Location: Ohrid, MACEDONIA
Main Contractor: TAV Tepe Akfen Yatırım
Project Start date: 2010
Project Completion: 2012