Dubrovnik, Pula, Rijeka, Split, Zadar, Zagreb: Latest Overview of Croatian Flight News

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The connections between Dalmatia and The Netherlands are getting stronger. KLM started its service to Split from Amsterdam, and it will be increasing its flights to ten a week for 2018. The first flight will take off on April 14 and continue until September 2. The current daily KLM service from Amsterdam to Zagreb will continue. Visit Avioradar for the full schedules. SAS is also strengthening its route from Kristiansand to Split, reports Avioradar.

More good news for Rijeka, as Adria has announced charter flights from three destinations in Scandinavia in the pre-season of May and June from Gothenburg, Karlstad and Norrkoping. More details on Avioradar.

A new connection to Brussels for Zadar, as Brussels Airways increases its activity on the Dalmatian coast, with a Saturday service from May 12 to September 29. More details here.

There will be a little more Swiss interest in Istria this summer, as Edelweiss Air has announced it will increase its service to Pula from Zurich. The twice-weekly flights will run from June 2 to September 26. Full details here.

Split seems to be inspiring all sorts of confidence in airlines. Wizzair has announced a strengthening of its two routes to the Dalmatian capital from Polish cities Warsaw and Katowice, from June 16 to September 19.

And Croatia Airlines has announced a new connection from Split to Copenhagen, a Saturday flight from May 5 to October 10.

All good news, which is only added to with other stories which we have reported on over the last few days, but which you may have missed, including direct flights from Dubai to Dubrovnik, direct flights from South Korea to Zagreb, and a further planned expansion by easyJet into the Croatian market.

2018 is going to be busy!


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