Brussels Airlines to reduce Dubrovnik service
Brussels Airlines published its schedule for August. Flights from Bruxelles to Split and Dubrovnik will continue to operate during this month.
Brussels Airlines, as we announced it before, resumed flights on the Bruxelles - Dubrovnik route on June 27th and its currently operating 2 flights per week (every Tuesday and Saturday) with the A319 and A320 aircraft.
The route will continue to operate in August, but from August 22nd just once per week. The airline will suspend Tuesday flights from the mentioned date, and will continue to operate to Dubrovnik just once per week, every Saturday, with the A320 aircraft. Brussels Airlines scheduled flights to Dubrovnik until October 10th, however, that is still possible to change.
The second route to Croatia, from Bruxelles to Split Airport, is operating once per week (also every Saturday), and will continue to operate until the middle of September. From September 19th there are no direct flights on sale for this route, which means that Brussels Airlines will stop operating to Split Airport on mentioned date for this summer season.
Brussels Airlines planned to operate direct flights to Zadar and Zagreb Airport before the outbreak of the pandemic, but all flights are canceled on those routes for this year. Currently, Croatia Airlines operates direct flights from Zagreb to the capital of Belgium.
Pushback of Brussels Airlines in Zagreb Airport