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Croatia Airlines to introduce 5 new routes from Split in June

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Croatia Airlines presented its summer flight schedule – which will operate from March – October 2022 – this week in Split.   

The national carrier revealed its plans to expand the network of international destinations, reestablish a number of international routes which it has not flown during the pandemic and intensify existing international and domestic routes.

Croatia Airlines will connect Croatia with 21 international destinations, flying to 22 European airports and operating 41 international routes. From March – October, the airline plans to perform more than 16,000 flights and offer around 1,766,000 seats.

In order to respond to the increased market demand, the airline plans to connect Split Airport with a total of 18 European destinations. In the first half of June, five new seasonal routes will be introduced:

Split – Amsterdam (Tuesdays), return airline tickets available from 159 euros

Split – Bucharest (Wednesdays and Fridays), return airline tickets available from 149 euros

Split – Dublin (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays), return airline tickets available from 169 euros

Split – Milan (Thursdays and Sundays), return airline tickets available from 119 euros

Split – Stockholm (Fridays and Sundays), return airline tickets available from 129 euros

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Passengers are offered a 30 percent discount on these flights until 28 March when buying airline tickets at www.croatiaairlines.hr. To activate the discount the special promo code needs to be entered during the process of booking and purchasing the tickets. The special promo code is published on the website and can only be used during the duration of this special promotion, and is valid for trips that need to be used by October 30 this year.

Croatia Airlines will fly again on the seasonal route Split – Prague, which was first introduced last year (return air tickets available from 149 euros), and this season Split will be directly connected to Athens, Vienna, Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, London (Heathrow and Gatwick), Lyon, Munich, Paris, Rome and Zurich.

From Zagreb, regular international flights to 15 European destinations are planned during the summer flight schedule. Seasonal Zagreb – Barcelona flights are resumed (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays) for which return tickets are available from 149 euros, and the Croatian capital will be directly connected with Amsterdam, Athens, Vienna, Brussels, Dublin, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, London (Heathrow), Munich, Paris, Rome (via Split), Sarajevo, Skopje and Zurich.

In order to contribute to the development of the tourist potential of Dubrovnik-Neretva County and the city of Dubrovnik, Croatia Airlines plans to directly connect Dubrovnik, the southernmost Croatian airport, with direct international flights to six European destinations – Athens, Frankfurt, Munich, Paris, Rome and Zurich.

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The seasonal Rijeka – Munich flights have also been reintroduced, and the establishment of year-round international flights on the Osijek-Munich route as of May 2 this year is also a novelty.

In addition to expanding the international flight network, Croatia Airlines continues to provide air connectivity of Croatian cities and regions with its domestic flights, which includes flights between 7 Croatian airports (Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik, Osijek, Zadar, Pula and Brač).

The network of international and domestic flights during the summer season is adjusted to the market demand for air transport services, which is continuously monitored by the airline, and the planned flight schedule is subject to changes depending on the epidemiological and security situation in Croatia and the world.

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