The diversification of Pula Airport continues, with Eurowings announcing a considerable strengthening of operations, reports Avioradar on January 23, 2017.
The announcements keep coming, and Croatia’s airports are bracing themselves for an even busier year than the record 2016.
Pula Airport, which is currently closed for runway maintenance, has been extremely successful in attracting new routes after the collapse of the Russian market after EU entry in 2013 – the EU visa requirement decimated Russian passenger numbers, which had until then comprised 40% of the annual traffic.
One of the airlines which is increasing its interest in Eurowings, which this summer will be offering no less than six connections to Istria from Germany – the existing lines to Stuttgart, Berline, Cologne/Bonn and Hamburg, as well as two new routes from Munich and Dusseldorf. In addition to the new routes, previous routes will be starting earlier and flying with increased frequency. You can see the full timetable, courtesy of Avioradar, below.