Croatian Aviation reports that the well-known German low-cost airline plans only three routes to Croatian airports in April.
Namely, in April, Eurowings will operate on three international routes from Germany to Croatia. Under normal circumstances, the company launched several international routes to Croatia at the end of March, but this did not happen last year or this year due to reduced demand and passenger restrictions.
However, Eurowings will resume traffic on one line to Croatia in April. This is the Stuttgart – Split – Stuttgart line, which will operate once a week from April 3, every Saturday.
The second Eurowings line to Split Airport is the one from Dusseldorf, which was supposed to operate all winter but was also temporarily suspended due to low demand. This line runs once a week, also on Saturdays.
Eurowings operates on two lines to Zagreb (Cologne and Stuttgart). However, the Stuttgart – Zagreb – Stuttgart line is currently suspended, and the airline does not plan to operate on it in April. Booking is open for flights from May.
The Cologne – Zagreb – Cologne line from April 5 to 11 will have four flights a week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday). Until the end of April, three flights a week are available, without flights on Mondays.
Other Eurowings destinations in Croatia (Pula, Rijeka, Zadar, Dubrovnik, and Osijek) have no announced flights in April. Eurowings currently does not have a line to Osijek on sale, and the company will likely not operate to Osijek this year.
The Stuttgart line was the only international route to Osijek Airport in the 2020 summer season. According to currently available data, if there are no positive changes, this airport could be without regular international routes in the summer of 2021.
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