February 13, 2017 – A new season is almost upon us and stil the new Croatian flights announcements keep coming.
More good news for Dubrovnik this year, with a range of new flight announcements. Enter Air will operate charter flights from the Austrian city of Linz with some pre-season flights from May 10 – 21. Full details here.
Similarly, Rossiya Airlines will be bringing tourists from Moscow Vnukovo from April 16 – 20 in a Boeing 747-400.
And a little more charter action from Austria in the form of Austrian Airlines, who will be connecting the Pearl of the Adriatic to Graz, Innsbruck, Salzburg and Vienna from April 4 to May 9.
One more new flight for Rijeka, this time from Warsaw, where Enter Air will operate a Wednesday flight from the Polish capital from June 6 to September 26.
Some good news too for Slavonia, where Wizzair has announced that it will strengthen its connection from Basel to Osijek to three times a week from March 25.
No new flight announcements for Pula, but some seriously impressive projections, with Istria’s airport aiming for 700,000 passengers in 2018. Pula has undergone a remarkable transformation since the loss of many Russian flights in the week of visa restrictions after EU entry in 2013, and the diversification since then has been nothing short of spectacular. 2017 traffic was an outstanding 36.5% higher than the previous year, and if the airport does manage to hit the 700k mark, it will be the busiest in its history, eclipsing the 672,241 in 1990. For more details on Pula’s plans, visit ExYuAviation.