Dubrovnik, Pula, Rijeka, Split, Zagreb: Latest Flight News Roundup from Croatia

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The 2018 Croatian tourist season is fast approaching, and those flight announcements keep on coming. An overview of new routes and additional flights recently announced to Croatian airports on January 21, 2018. 

A new route for Croatia Airlines for 2018, as the national carrier will connect Dubrovnik and Munich five times a week from April 30 to October 14. You can find the timetable on Avioradar.

The huge surge in interest from Scandinavia continues. Last week, we brought you the news that SAS was increasing its interest considerably, with some 80 flights a week to Split alone in the peak season next summer. Norwegian is already the most estabished airline connecting to Croatia to Sandinavia, and their flights will be increasing on several already established routes. Dubrovnik will see an extra weekly flight from London Gatwick and two from Oslo, while Pula will see two more a week from both Oslo and Helsinki, and Split will see an extra weekly flight from Copenhagen. More details here. SAS has also added another peak season route to Split from Tromso, from June 27 to August 15.

Like Scandinavia, Poland has seen a significant rise in tourism to Croatia in recent years, and the airlines have followed. In the latest strengthening of interest, national carrier LOT has announced it will increase its seasonal flights from Warsaw to Zagreb from 10 a week to 2 a day from June 26.

Pula’s impressive international diversification continues, and Lufthansa will increase its interest in Istria by increasing the important Frankfurt connection to three times a week from April 21 to October 13, with an additional two flights a week from May 19.

A new arrival on the Pula runway will be Swiss, with its first ever flight to Pula from Geneva. The weekly Saturday flight will run from June 23 to September 1.

Rijeka will also be benefitting from Scandinavian love in the form of charter flights from Gothenburg, Karlstad and Norrkoping. The weekly charters, operated by Slovenian carrier Adria Airways, will take place in September and early October.

What is happening with seaplanes and Croatia in 2018? In case you missed it, here is the statement from Airways Europe, which stands ready to fly.


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