The Dutch national airline, KLM Dutch Airlines, is reintroducing regular seasonal routes to Dubrovnik and Split starting at the end of this month, more precisely March 27.
Apart from reintroducing regular flights from Amsterdam to Dubrovnik and Split, KLM will continue to operate twice a day to Zagreb Airport, writes Croatian Aviation.
With the first day of the summer flight schedule, KLM will also resume traffic to Dubrovnik on the line that was introduced last season. Two flights a week have already been announced, on Saturdays and Sundays, and there should be an increase in weekly operations at the end of April. KLM should fly up to twice a day between Dubrovnik and Amsterdam this summer.
Despite the increase in the number of operations towards coastal airports last year and this year, KLM plans to continue with two daily flights to Zagreb, but using mainly the Embraer fleet, which has a significantly lower capacity compared to Boeing. The Embraer and B737-700 fleets are planned on the lines to Croatia in March and April.