Flights to Croatia: Volotea to Launch Dubrovnik Service, While Lauda Drops Vienna Service

Daniela Rogulj



July 16, 2020 – The latest news from around Croatia’s airports for flights to Croatia with updates from Dubrovnik.

Croatian Aviation reports that Spanish low-cost airline Volotea is announcing a return on its international routes to Dubrovnik, while routes to Split are already in operation.

The well-known Spanish low-cost airline resumed regular flights to Split last week. The company launched certain lines from France to Split, and introduced one from Athens.

Split – Marseille from July 8, once a week, Wednesday,

Split – Nantes from July 8, once a week, Wednesday,

Split – Bordeaux from July 8, once a week, Wednesday,

Split – Lyon from July 8, once a week, Wednesday,

Split – Athens from July 8, once a week, on Wednesdays.

Volotea is currently running some lines to the Adriatic Pearl, including Dubrovnik – Athens (Tuesdays) and Dubrovnik – Nantes (Thursdays). However, three more routes from France will be introduced soon:

Dubrovnik – Bordeaux from July 29, once a week, Wednesday,

Dubrovnik – Marseille from July 29, once a week, Wednesday,

Dubrovnik – Toulouse from July 29, once a week, on Wednesdays.

The company has opted for a minimum number of weekly frequencies, only once a week, but will expect an increase in the number of flights next month. B717 and A319 aircraft have been announced on all routes.

Furthermore, Ex Yu Aviation reports that Ryanair subsidiary Lauda has sacked plans to launch flights between Vienna and Dubrovnik, which were meant to kick off this summer. Recall, flights were initially meant to start on March 29 but were pushed back to August 1 because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Ex Yu Aviation writes that this line was to operate twice per week, and was to be performed by Ryanair equipment on behalf of Lauda. Austrian Airlines resumed its seasonal service between Vienna and Dubrovnik in June.

To conclude, Avio Radar reports that Swiss airline Helvetic Airways plans to travel to Brac soon. Namely, the airline will travel from Zurich on July 27, with return on Thursday, July 30. Helvetic has only Embraer ERJ-190 aircraft in its fleet. All Fokker F-100s left the fleet by December last year. The flights are in cooperation with the Swiss travel agency Meersicht Travel & Lifestyle. 

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