Flights to Croatia: TAROM Announces Bucharest-Dubrovnik Charter

Daniela Rogulj

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Croatian Aviation reports that TAROM, Romania’s national carrier, plans to operate a charter line between Bucharest and Dubrovnik in this year’s summer flight schedule.

The Romanian national airline plans to connect Bucharest and Dubrovnik this summer on a charter line for the Romanian tour operator Karpaten Turism, which offers tourist arrangements for holidays in southern Croatia.

The Bucharest – Dubrovnik line will operate from June 4 to October 15, 2021, with a frequency of one flight per week, every Friday.


RO3731: Bucharest (OTP) 07:50 – 08:30 Dubrovnik (DBV),

RO3732: Dubrovnik (DBV) 09:30 – 12:00 Bucharest (OTP).

Tourist arrangements include flight, accommodation, and transfers to and from Dubrovnik Airport, and reservations can be made on the tour operator’s website. TAROM has no regular lines to Croatia, and the charter line to Dubrovnik was in operation almost 10 years ago.

The company has 28 aircraft in its fleet (Airbus, Boeing, ATR). ATR72-600 aircraft with a capacity of 72 seats, which the company took over only a year ago, should operate on the route to Dubrovnik. On the 21 return flights, the Romanian national airline will offer more than 3,000 seats between Dubrovnik and Bucharest.

The only direct commercial route between Croatia and Romania was that of Croatia Airlines between Zagreb and Bucharest (only in the summer flight schedule), but it is unlikely that the Croatian national airline will resume operations on that route in this year’s summer flight schedule.

Furthermore, Croatian Aviation reports that until the end of February, Croatia Airlines will offer only 8 direct international flights from Zagreb.

Namely, from February 16 to 28, the Croatian national airline will offer 8 direct international flights departing from Zagreb Airport. The ninth international line is between Zagreb and Rome, but it has a stop in Split.

Zagreb – Amsterdam – Zagreb continues to operate daily,

Zagreb – Brussels – Zagreb operates on Fridays and Sundays (February 19, 21, 26, and 28),

Zagreb – Frankfurt – Zagreb continues to operate daily (2 to 3 times a day),

Zagreb – Copenhagen – Zagreb operates on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays (February 17, 19, 21, 24, 26, and 28),

Zagreb – London – Zagreb operates on Mondays (February 15 and 22),

Zagreb – Paris – Zagreb operates on Thursdays and Sundays (February 18, 21, 25, and 28),

Zagreb – Rome – Zagreb (via Split) operates on Thursdays and Sundays (February 18, 21, 25, and 28),

Zagreb – Skopje – Zagreb operates on Mondays and Fridays (February 15, 19, 22, and 26),

Zagreb – Zurich – Zagreb operates on Wednesdays and Sundays (February 17, 21, 25, and 28).

Lines to Munich, Sarajevo, and Vienna have been suspended. The airline plans to resume traffic to Sarajevo from February 28, while the resumption of direct flights between Zagreb and Vienna is expected from March 3.

From February 16 to 28, the airline will operate approximately 66 return flights from its base in Zagreb to the above-mentioned international destinations. These are fewer lines and weekly departures compared to the first half of February and January. Given the announcements of the reintroduction of direct lines from Zagreb to Vienna and Sarajevo, at the beginning of March, there should be a slight increase in capacity from Zagreb Airport, but also a larger number of weekly operations on other international routes.

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