Croatian Aviation reports that Eurowings, a low-cost airline from the Lufthansa Group, will resume traffic to several Croatian airports in May and have a total of as many as 10 scheduled flights to four Croatian airports – Zagreb, Rijeka, Zadar, and Split.
The company currently operates three international routes to Croatia (one to Zagreb and two to Split) and will resume operations on seven more in May.
Zagreb will continue to be connected to Cologne three times a week (Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays), and Eurowings will resume traffic on the line between Stuttgart and Zagreb on May 20 with two flights a week, on Thursdays and Sundays.
Eurowings currently operates on two lines to Split, and in May it will have a total of five.
Lines from Dusseldorf and Stuttgart to Split currently operate once a week, and a second flight per week is introduced on both routes (in addition to Saturday, an additional flight on Tuesdays).
Eurowings will introduce lines from Cologne, Dortmund, and Hamburg to Split in early May, and all lines will be open once a week, on Saturdays.
Zadar and Rijeka airports will welcome the first planes of this airline in this year’s summer flight schedule in May.
The Dusseldorf – Rijeka – Dusseldorf line will start operating at the very end of the month (May 29), once a week, on Saturdays, while Eurowings will resume traffic to Zadar on two lines.
The Stuttgart – Zadar – Stuttgart line will operate from May 23, once a week, on Sundays, while the Cologne – Zadar – Cologne line will operate from May 22, also once a week, on Saturdays.
In May, Eurowings will perform almost 100 rotations on 10 international routes to and from four Croatian airports, with the largest number of seats being offered to Zagreb and Split. In June, we can expect a larger number of weekly operations on these lines, as well as the introduction of additional and renewed traffic to Pula Airport. We remind you that the line to Osijek is not on sale for this year.
Aircraft from the A320 family was announced on all routes to Croatia in May.
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