In the next few days, the Finnish national airline will resume traffic to Croatian airports, Croatian aviation reports. The Finnish national airline, Finnair, will soon resume operations on routes from Helsinki to two Croatian airports – Dubrovnik and Split that have been put on hold due to the global pandemic.
Finnair will first launch a line to Dubrovnik, on Friday, June 25. The line will operate twice a week from July 6, on Tuesdays and Fridays, and from August the company plans to add another flight a week, every Sunday. From June 26, Finnair will resume traffic on the line Helsinki – Split – Helsinki. On both routes, they plan to use E190 aircraft with a capacity of 100 passengers.
In addition to the two mentioned regular routes, the Scandinavian Jettime, an airline specializing in ACMI rental and charter flights, will operate on the charter line between Helsinki and Split from July 2.
Apparently, these three routes will be the only ones from the capital of Finland to Croatia this summer season, given that there are currently no regular flights from Helsinki to other Croatian airports.