ZAGREB, 1 June 2021 – Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air has today announced two more new routes to Croatian airports.
After announcing numerous new routes to Split in the last few months, and a new route to Dubrovnik two weeks ago, Wizz Air today announced two more new routes to both those airports.
From 2 July, Wizz Air will introduce the Vienna-Split-Vienna route, which will operate twice a week, every Monday and Friday, until 24 September. On this route alone, the airline will offer an additional 9,000 seats from or to Split, Croatian Aviation said.
From Sunday, July 4, Wizz Air will also introduce a Vienna-Dubrovnik-Vienna service, which will also operate twice a week, on Wednesdays and Sundays, until September 26. 9,000 seats will also be offered on this route, as A320 aircraft will operate on both routes.
One new announced route to Split for this year, the one from Oslo, has been canceled and the airline is completely withdrawing from that airport.
In addition to the Vienna – Dubrovnik – Vienna service, the airline is also introducing a service from Rome and Warsaw to Dubrovnik.