There are a number of airports in Macedonia. However, not all Macedonia airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest Macedonia airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports. AirGorilla offers flights, hotels, and rental car reservations for Macedonia.
The Republic of Macedonia (Republika Makedonija), often referred to as Macedonia, is a landlocked country on the Balkan peninsula in southeastern Europe. It borders Serbia to the north, Albania to the west, Greece to the south, and Bulgaria to the east. As the result of a naming dispute with Greece, in 1993 it was admitted to the United Nations under the provisional name the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), pending resolution of the dispute.
The capital is Skopje, with more than 600,000 inhabitants, and there are a number of smaller cities, notably Bitola, Prilep, Tetovo, Kumanovo, Ohrid, Veles, Stip, and Strumica. Since December 2005 it is also a candidate for joining the European Union and has applied for NATO membership. Today the Republic of Macedonia is considered a country with an intermediary-developed industry, with continuing growth of the industrial production. The process of transition in the economy was triggered in 1995. It has an open economy that is integrating into international trade. The most important sectors are agriculture and industry, with a growing service industry.
The Republic of Macedonia is geographically clearly defined by a central valley formed by the Vardar river and framed along its borders by mountain ranges. The Republic's terrain is mostly rugged, located between the Sara and Rhodope, which frame the valley of the Vardar river. Three large lakes lie on the southern borders of the Republic, bisected by the frontiers with Albania and Greece. Ohrid is considered to be one of the oldest lakes and biotopes in the world. The region is seismically active and has been the site of destructive earthquakes in the past. The Republic of Macedonia has scenic mountains, including sixteen mountains higher than 2,000 meters (6,550 ft) above sea level. They belong to two different ranges: Dinarska and Rodopska. The Dinarska range is the oldest with subsequent erosion. ()