Flights to Croatia: Iberia to Dubrovnik, Windrose to Split, Finnair to Both Airports
Croatian Aviation reports that Dubrovnik and Split airports are recording more airline announcements for July this year, as the flight schedule of three airlines, Iberia, Windrose and Finnair, has been announced.
Spain’s Iberia will return to Dubrovnik Airport with a regular flight from Madrid. The company will launch the Madrid-Dubrovnik route from Friday, July 3, with flights every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. A319 / 320/321 aircraft have been announced on the route.
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In last year’s summer flight schedule, the line operated daily, and for September this year, even A330 aircraft was announced on the route, with which this company operates on intercontinental routes.
Iberia lines to Zagreb, Split and Zadar are not on sale for July.
Ukrainian airline Windrose Airlines has announced the resumption of regular traffic on the Kyiv-Split route. The line will be in operation as early as Sunday, July 5, with one flight per week, every Sunday. As of July 23, the second flight of the week, on Thursdays, is on sale. We remind you that this company will soon operate to Pula, while the line to Zagreb has been postponed until the winter flight schedule.
Finnair announced the introduction of direct flights from Helsinki to Dubrovnik and Split.
The Helsinki-Dubrovnik line is on sale from July 27, and flights are announced once a week, on Saturdays. From August 3, the line will operate twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays, until the end of the summer flight schedule, i.e., on October 25.
The Helsinki-Split line is on sale from the same date as the line to Dubrovnik, and from the beginning of August, there will also be two weeks of flights on this line, every Wednesday and Saturday.
Last summer, Finnair flew to Split as many as 6 times a week, while Helsinki was connected to Dubrovnik every day, and on Fridays with as many as two daily flights.
Furthermore, Avio Radar reports that on June 29, Lauda began operations on the Vienna-Zadar route, which did not run last year. This route will run twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays, with the third flight in September, on Wednesdays.
This is the first announced new regular line for this year that has started operating. The second new line for this year was the Vienna-Dubrovnik route, which is currently not on offer at all.
Lauda will fly to Split from Sunday, July 5, from Stuttgart. This line will run once a week, on Sundays, which is two flights less than last year.