The Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air announced two new routes from London and Wroclaw to Dubrovnik Airport, reports Croatian Aviation.
The London Luton – Dubrovnik line will operate from July 4, four times a week, every Monday, Friday, Wednesday, and Sunday until the end of this year’s summer flight schedule, or on October 28.
The Wroclaw – Dubrovnik line has been announced from August 4, twice a week, on Thursdays and Sundays, until the end of September, or September 25, 2022.
A320 and A321 aircraft have been announced on the routes. Wizz Air is planning a total of 5 scheduled international flights to Dubrovnik Airport in this year’s summer flight schedule. In addition to the two mentioned, there will also be lines from Vienna, Rome, and Warsaw.
Greek airline Aegean Airlines has made some operational changes in its flight schedule and announced flights between Dubrovnik and Athens next winter.
According to EX-YU Aviation, Aegean Airlines plans to continue operations on the regular seasonal line between Dubrovnik and Athens in the 2022/2023 winter flight schedule.
Aegean will start operations on the line in mid-May this year (May 17) and will run until the end of the first week of January 2023.
The flights were originally planned until the end of October, or the end of the summer flight schedule. Croatian Aviation adds that it will take several months for these flights to be realized, so there is a possibility that Aegean will subsequently close sales on the winter line depending on bookings.
Four flights a week have been announced this summer. From the beginning of July, Aegean is running a regular line between Thessaloniki and Dubrovnik.
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