Although Mostar has an airport, it is still not very well connected, so you should consider other airports.
The most active airport in Bosnia and Herzegovina is Sarajevo International Airport.
If you choose to land in Sarajevo – it will take you approximately 2,5 hours to arrive to Mostar. There are buses and trains available for this route.
Train timetable (Train station):
Sarajevo to Mostar: daily, 07:40, 18:25
Mostar to Sarajevo: daily, 07:40, 18:25.
Mostar – Sarajevo: 06:00; 07:00; 07:45; 08:00; 09:00; 09:30; 11:00; 12:50; 13:30; 15:00; 16:00; 18:15;
Sarajevo – Mostar: 06:00; 08:15; 08:25; 09:00; 09:55; 11:30; 12:30; 13:00; 14:30; 15:30; 16:00; 16:45; 17:00; 18:00; 19:55.
(This is an official timetable of the leading bus company – for more information about additional bus lines, check or call a bus station in Sarajevo – 00387 33 21 31 00 / or a bus station in Mostar – 00387 36 55 20 25/
In both of the mentioned cities, Sarajevo and Mostar, taxi services are also available (a ride from the station to the city center costs approximately 5 EUR in both cities).
If you choose to land in nearby cities in Croatia such as Dubrovnik (Dubrovnik airport), Split (Split airport) or Zagreb (Zagreb airport ), the easiest way for you to arrange your arrival to Mostar is to visit the official website of Croatian railways or bus companies: Autotrans and Croatiabus.
City bus station:
Mostar – Auto-prevoz or Autobusni-kolodvor
Sarajevo - Sarajevo-tourism
Dubrovnik – Libertas
Split – Ak-Split
Zagreb – AKZ
Extensive info on how to get to Mostar can be found here.
In addition, ViaMichelin is a very useful website where you can calculate your route and view your road map.
Have a safe and pleasant journey!