Flights to Croatia: British Airways Boosts Traffic from August, Introduces Pula Line

Daniela Rogulj



July 20, 2020 – The latest news from around Croatia’s airports for flights to Croatia with updates from Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik and Pula.

Croatian Aviation reports that British Airways, a member of the OneWorld alliance, will significantly increase the number of weekly flights to destinations in Croatia from August.

From August 1, the company will increase the number of weekly flights to Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik, and will restart flights on the route London – Pula. All British Airways flights are operated from London Heathrow Airport, so flights to Dubrovnik (which operated from Gatwick) were transferred to Heathrow.

The London Heathrow-Zagreb route currently operates three times a week, but from August 1, British Airways will fly between the two cities daily.

The London Heathrow – Dubrovnik line started operating on July 16, also three times a week, but from the beginning of August, this line will also operate every day of the week.

The London Heathrow – Split route began operating four times a week from July 9, and from August 2, there will be as many as nine weekly flights on this route (every day of the week, Monday and Sunday, two flights a day).

British Airways will re-establish scheduled flights on the London Heathrow – Pula route. Due to the epidemic, this line has not yet operated in this year’s summer flight schedule, but from August 1, two flights a week will be introduced, every Tuesday and Saturday.

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