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First Low-Cost Croatian Airline to Launch this Month

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After years of preparing to enter the market, the first Croatian-owned low-cost airline is set to commence flights later this month…

Dalmatian have announced on their official website that they will start operation flights between the capital Zagreb and 12 cities on 30 June. Dalmatian will fly between Zagreb and:

Düsseldorf – 3 time a week
Geneva – 3 times a week
Hamburg – 4 times a week
Milan – 6 times a week
Prague– 5 times a week
Rome – 4 times a week
Sofia – 3 times a week
Stuttgart – 4 times a week
Warsaw – 2 times a week
Zurich – 4 times a week.

Dalmatian plan also to introduce a Vienna service. Tickets for some destination are available for just €29.99 one way.

“Dalmatian intends to become an industry leader of the mega-trend of the future model of air transportation, a trend that was first-born in the competitive landscape of the Australian air transport industry,” says the company’s website. (pic: illustaration)

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