Flights to Croatia 2019: Latest from Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar

Daniela Rogulj

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December 28, 2018 – The latest news from around Croatia’s airports for new flights to Croatia, with updates from Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Split, and Zadar. 

Flights to Croatia: Going to Zagreb?

Canadian airline Air Transat will boost its Zagreb-Toronto (Pearson International Airport) service for the 2019 summer. In addition to this year’s two flights a week, an additional third flight will be introduced – and the route will now operate on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. This service will run from May 15 to October 30, 2019. The new Friday reinforcement will work from June 21 to September 13, 2019. The Airbus A330-200 will be used on all flights.

You can read more on AvioRadar

Flights to Croatia: Going to Dubrovnik?

The new Austrian carrier Anisec Luftfahrt flying under the marketing name LEVEL will operate four times a week on the Dubrovnik-Vienna route, just as it did this year. While the airline’s first announcements for the 2019 summer had no mention of Saturday operations on this route, it turns out there will not be a reduction in traffic on this line. 

This service will, therefore, operate four times a week, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday. There is one change, however, and that is that this line will operate using the smaller Airbus A320 aircraft, instead of this year’s Airbus A321. The Airbus A320 will fly one to three times per week on selected flights, as the type of aircraft changes on individual flights during the week. 

You can read more on AvioRadar

Flights to Croatia: Going to Split?

Germany’s low-cost carrier Eurowings will boost connections between Split and Austria for the 2019 summer. The route between Split and Salzburg will see another weekly connection, with operations on Tuesday and Sunday from June 2 to October 22, 2019. Eurowings will use an Airbus A319. 

You can read more on AvioRadar

British Airways has also boosted operations on their Split-London service. In addition to their Split-London (Heathrow) line, the airline is adding a second seasonal flight for the 2019 summer to London City Airport. The first arrival is scheduled for June 21, 2019. The route will operate three flights a week, on Monday, Thursday, and Friday, until September 6, 2019. The new line will fly on the Embraer ERJ-190 aircraft. 

But that’s not all.

British Airways will also boost operations on their existing Split-London (Heathrow) service, adding two new flights a week on this route. The current five flights a week on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday will be boosted by a new flight on Tuesday and a second on Sunday. The route will be operated by the Airbus A319, Airbus A320, and the Airbus A321. The second line will work from April 28 to October 25, 2019. 

You can read more on AvioRadar.

Flights to Croatia: Going to Zadar?

Irish low-cost airline RyanAir has introduced yet another new line to Zadar for next summer, making it the 22nd line for the coastal city. The new seasonal connection will be to Eindhoven, beginning operations on April 1, 2019. The new route will operate twice a week, on Monday and Thursday, on a Boeing 737-800. 

At the same time, the Dutch low-cost airline Transavia introduced a new line from Zadar to the Netherlands, connecting Zadar and Rotterdam on Wednesday and Saturday. 

You can read more on AvioRadar.

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