Flights to Croatia: Scandinavian to Split, Silver Air to Losinj from July

Daniela Rogulj



June 7, 2020 – The latest news from around Croatia’s airports for flights to Croatia with updates from Split and the island of Losinj.

Croatian Aviation reports that Scandinavian Airlines, better known as SAS, the airline of Denmark, Norway and Sweden, will soon launch two international routes to Croatia.

SAS is a long-time guest at Croatian coastal airports, so it is not surprising that it will be among the first after the corona crisis to launch two flights to Split Airport.

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The company has announced a flight schedule for June, while the schedule for July will be finalized soon.

From June 20, the company will introduce the Copenhagen – Split line, twice a week (Wednesdays and Saturdays), with the A320neo aircraft.

From the same date, the Oslo – Split route will be introduced, but only once a week (on Saturdays), with the same type of aircraft, the A320neo, which has a capacity of 174 seats in the fleet of this carrier.

In the summer flight schedule, SAS operates from numerous destinations in Scandinavia to Pula, Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik, but the company has so far announced only two flights for Split Airport.

Avio Radar reports that Czech airline Silver Air has returned to traffic in Italy and is flying again from several Italian cities to the island of Elba. Losinj is planned this year as well, but with only one line from Switzerland on offer. The Losinj – Zagreb line is no longer available, nor are the other lines from Losinj to Split and Pula, or other Italian destinations. 

The Lugano –  Losinj line is offered once a week, on Wednesdays, which is one flight less per week than last year. Traffic on this route is planned from July 8 to September 30 with the Let L-410 Turboolet aircraft. 

Finally, Avio Radar reports that on Saturday,June 6, German low-cost carrier Eurowings increased traffic on two lines from Germany to Split. Namely, on the planned routes on this day, there will be two planes from Dusseldorf and Stuttgart to Split.

An even larger aircraft will come from Dusseldorf, the Airbus A320. Eurowings noted this change thanks to an increased interest in passengers. 



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