Flights to Croatia: Wizz Air and KLM Announce Split Routes

Daniela Rogulj



Junee 12, 2020 – The latest news from around Croatia’s airports for flights to Croatia with updates from Zagreb and Split.

Croatian Aviation reports that from July 4, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will gradually resume flights to Zagreb and Split from Amsterdam, which has been suspended due to travel restrictions caused by the coronavirus.

The airline will restart 3 weeks of flights to Zagreb and daily flights to Split from the Dutch capital.

From July 4, the Amsterdam – Zagreb line will be introduced, three times a week, on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Embraer 190 aircraft with a capacity of 98 passengers have been announced on the route.

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From the same day, the Amsterdam – Split line will be introduced, though it will operate daily, and on Sundays even twice a day. Embraer 190 aircraft of the previously mentioned capacity have also been announced on this route.

With a gradual increase in its flight network in July, KLM will establish 78% of its originally planned number of destinations, with more than 3,000 flights departing from Amsterdam. This is 25 to 30% of the number of flights that KLM operates under normal circumstances.

KLM suggests that all passengers contact the appropriate national authorities before making any plans to check the conditions of entry and stay at the desired destination and in transit countries. In some destinations, a quarantine measure on arrival is still valid.

Furthermore, Croatian Aviation reports that Wizz Air, a low-cost airline based in Hungary, has announced the launch of three routes to Croatia, from Poland and the UK to Split.

Wizz Air currently operates only to Split in Croatia, but it is interesting that it is one of the few airlines that announced expansion at the time of the pandemic, and is opening three new bases in Europe. Unfortunately, there are no new lines to Croatia among these new announcements.

The company introduces the following lines:

London (Luton Airport) – Split, from June 15, 3 times a week (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays),

Katowice – Split, from June 20, 2 times a week (Tuesdays and Saturdays),

Warsaw – Split, from June 20, 2 times a week (Tuesdays and Saturdays).

The company intends to increase the number of weekly flights from July (adding another weekly flight, on Thursdays, on the route from Katowice and Warsaw).

This low-budget carrier will use A320 aircraft with a capacity of 180 passengers on the routes to Split, and larger A321 aircraft with a capacity of as many as 230 passengers are also expected.


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