Luxair, the flag carrier airline of Luxembourg, has announced it is planning to return to three Croatian airports this 2021 summer season.
The airline plans to resume international traffic to Croatia at the beginning of the summer flight schedule, but the number of weekly operations remains minimal at all Croatian airports, Croatian Aviation reported.
Dubrovnik, Split and Zadar
Luxair will connect Luxembourg with Dubrovnik, Split and Zadar, and all routes will operate only once a week.
Luxembourg – Dubrovnik – Luxembourg
This service will be in operation from April 28 to October 2, once a week, on Saturdays.
Luxembourg – Split – Luxembourg
This service will be in operation from May 2 to October 10, once a week, on Sundays.
Luxembourg – Zadar – Luxembourg
This service will be in operation from May 8 to October 2, once a week, on Saturdays.
Croatian Aviation says the airline is possibly weighing up launching a direct service to the capital Zagreb in the near future.
On all routes to Croatia, Luxair will use a DashQ400 aircraft with a capacity of 76 seats.