The German national airline Lufthansa plans to strengthen the existing lines and renew traffic on a number of lines from Germany to traditional tourist destinations among which is of course Croatia. They have already resumed traffic to Dubrovnik and Split airports while announcing three flights a week until April 15 – every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, and in full season they expect to fly daily from Munich and Frankfurt.
With the start of the summer flight schedule, traffic also began in Spain’s Iberia by connecting Madrid with Dubrovnik twice a week, on Fridays and Sundays. As soon as the full season starts they also expect to make daily flights to our City.
The British low-cost carrier EasyJet plans to operate to Dubrovnik and Split in April. As reported by Croatian Aviation, EasyJet will introduce three lines from Switzerland to Split and Dubrovnik around Easter. Split will be connected to Basel and Geneva, and Dubrovnik to Geneva only. The Basel – Split – Basel line has been announced from April 1 with two flights a week (every Thursday and Saturday), and will have two additional flights, on April 5 and April 12, due to Easter.