Switzerland’s national airline, Swiss International Air Lines, will launch flights for the first time to Pula on Croatia’s northern coast.
Swiss International Air Lines will operate flights for the first time between Geneva and Pula with flights starting this summer.
Swiss International Air Lines will operate one weekly flight to the Croatian city of Pula from Geneva commencing on 23 June 2018.
The weekly flight, which will be carried out with the 145-seat Bombardier CS300 aircraft, will be operational until 1 September 2018.
“This new route offers Swiss an attractive timetable to meet the needs of the Swiss tourist sector,” Swiss International Air Lines said in a statement to EX-YU Aviation News.
Pula Airport recorded passenger growth in 2017 of 36.5% compared to 2016 and is expecting passenger growth of 15% in 2018, welcoming over 600.000 travellers.
More info on the new Geneva – Pula service here.