Croatian Aviation reports that German national airline Lufthansa will operate again today to Pula and tomorrow to Zadar.
Germany’s Lufthansa is resuming traffic on two more lines to Croatia. After the company reconnected Frankfurt and Zagreb and regularly operates on routes from Munich and Frankfurt to Split and Dubrovnik, as of this weekend, Lufthansa includes two more destinations in Croatia – Pula Airport and Zadar Airport!
From today, Pula Airport will once again have a regular route to Frankfurt. Lufthansa will operate the first flight on this route in the late afternoon, then again tomorrow, and flights throughout the week are announced once a week, every Saturday. The number of weekly flights should increase in June, and then the Munich-Pula-Munich route will be introduced.
On Saturday, May 1, Lufthansa will make its first flight in this summer season on the Frankfurt – Zadar – Frankfurt route. An E190 aircraft has been announced for the first flight, and flights will take place once a week, every Saturday, until the end of May. A larger number of weekly operations is expected on this line in June as well.
Next Saturday, May 8, Lufthansa will resume traffic on the line between Zadar and Munich once a week (Saturday).
This weekend, Lufthansa will have as many as 7 international routes to 5 Croatian airports, and as of next weekend, 8 of them. Rijeka Airport, another Lufthansa destination in Croatia, will not have flights for some time. Namely, scheduled flights on the route from Munich and on the new route from Frankfurt have been postponed to the beginning of July.
Tickets are on sale on the airline’s official website, and, as with most other companies, travel date changes are allowed if you are unable to travel on the originally planned date.
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