15 July 2019 – The UK’s largest airline and flag carrier, British Airways, will step up its flights to Croatia later this year, Avioradar reported.
British Airways will add two more weekly flights to its Zagreb-London (Heathrow) route on its winter timetable. British Airways will operate a total of 9 flights between the two cities with the second rotation on Fridays and Saturdays.
British Airways will also boost flights on its Dubrovnik-London (Gatwick) service. In the first half of November, there will be 4 flights operated between the two cities. An extra flight will be added around the Christmas and New Year period.
Dubrovnik-London (Gatwick) flights will operate on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, with the additional flights on Sundays.
Last month, the first British Airways flight operated from London City Airport to Croatia landed in Split on the Dalmatian coast. British Airways are operating three weekly flights to Split from London City Airport through to the end of September.
The airline also operates flights to Split from Heathrow Airport and has increased frequency from five to seven flights a week this year.