The Croatian national airline has made additional changes to this year’s summer flight schedule and has increased the number of flights from Split Airport, reports Croatian Aviation.
Croatia Airlines announced the increase in the number of weekly rotations from Split Airport after introducing 5 new seasonal routes from Split to Stockholm, Dublin, Bucharest, Amsterdam, and Milan.
Namely, the Croatian national airline has connected Split with Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, and Vienna in the summer flight schedule for many years, while direct flights to Munich and Frankfurt are available throughout the year. As announced by EX-YU Aviation, the airline will have more flights on the following routes in the upcoming summer season than in previous years.
Split – Copenhagen – Split will operate three times a week, from June to the end of September. One flight per week was previously available on this line,
Split – Dusseldorf – Split will operate twice a week, from June to the end of September. One flight a week was also previously available.
Split – Vienna – Split will be in traffic daily, from June to the end of September. Two to four 4 flights a week were previously available.
Split – Frankfurt – Split will operate 9 times a week. Last summer it was operated 7 times a week (daily).
Split – Munich – Split will operate 12 times a week. Last summer it was operated 8 times a week.
This is a significant increase in the number of rotations from Split Airport, which only confirms the Croatian national airline’s focus is on this airport, according to which demand will be highest in the peak summer season.
Croatia Airlines has competition on all the mentioned routes. SAS and Norwegian will fly to Copenhagen, Eurowings, and Condor to Dusseldorf, Austrian Airlines and Wizz Air to Vienna, and German Lufthansa to Frankfurt and Munich.
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