Croatian Aviation reports that SAS, Norwegian, TUI, and Nova Airways are announcing the start of operations on their seasonal routes from Scandinavia to Croatian airports.
After several months, Scandinavian airlines are resuming traffic on their seasonal international routes to Croatian airports. Pula, Split, and Dubrovnik will again have direct connections with several cities. A look at the flight schedule for June.
Lines to Split begin first
The first flights this season have been announced to Split Airport. From June 5, Norwegian will operate once a week on the Stockholm – Split – Stockholm route, and from the end of June, daily flights have been announced.
In addition to Stockholm, Norwegian plans to introduce the Copenhagen – Split – Copenhagen route (daily) from the end of June, and flights on the Oslo – Split – Oslo route have been announced from June 17, three times a week, every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
SAS Scandinavian Airlines will resume operations on the Stockholm – Split – Stockholm route from June 5, and as of June 16, two flights a week have been announced on this route, on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
As of Wednesday, June 9, SAS introduces the Copenhagen – Split – Copenhagen line, which will operate twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays. At the beginning of July, the company will introduce a regular line between Oslo and Split.
In addition to the two mentioned carriers, from Friday, June 4, TUI will operate once a week from Stockholm to Split. Nova Airways will also operate on the regular charter line Gothenburg – Split – Stockholm from the beginning of June.
At the end of June, the return of SAS to Pula
From the end of June, SAS Scandinavian Airlines routes to Pula Airport have also been announced. These are three international lines, from Copenhagen, Oslo, and Stockholm.
The line from Copenhagen to Pula is announced twice a week, on Tuesdays and Sundays, the line from Oslo once a week, on Mondays, and the line from Stockholm twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The lines will be in operation from the last week of June, and an increase in the number of weekly operations is expected from July.
Norwegian is currently not selling tickets to Pula Airport for this summer season.
Lines to Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik has SAS and Norwegian flights in the announcement; both mentioned airlines should resume traffic to Dubrovnik in the last week of June.
SAS is currently planning two lines to Dubrovnik from Copenhagen and Stockholm. The line from Copenhagen is announced once a week from June 28, on Mondays, while the line from Stockholm is also announced once a week, on Sundays, from June 27. The carrier also plans to increase the number of operations towards Dubrovnik in early July.
Norwegian currently offers only one line to Dubrovnik Airport. It is a line Stockholm – Dubrovnik – Stockholm, which should have its first flight this season on June 28. Three flights a week have been announced, on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays, and from July on Saturdays.
Four lines from Zagreb
According to current announcements, Zagreb will have four direct lines to Scandinavia this summer.
At the beginning of June, Croatia Airlines will increase the number of operations on its regular route Zagreb – Copenhagen – Zagreb with a morning departure from Zagreb Airport, and in June, flights on this route will be available daily.
From July 23, Ryanair will introduce the Zagreb – Gothenburg – Zagreb route (three flights a week), while from September, regular flights from Zagreb to Oslo Torp and Malmo have been announced (both routes two flights a week).
In previous years, Norwegian operated on the line between Copenhagen and Zagreb, but this line is not on sale on the airline’s official website this year either.
Flights from Zadar to Stockholm
Since the end of June, Zadar Airport has announced a regular direct Ryanair flight between Gothenburg and Zadar; two flights a week have been announced, on Tuesdays and Fridays, and in July, there will be as many as four flights a week on this route.
In addition to Gothenburg, Zadar will be connected to Stockholm and Aarhus in July.
Rijeka, Osijek, and Brac, the three remaining airports open to international traffic, currently have no scheduled flights from Scandinavia for this summer season.
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