Croatia Airlines published its summer schedule from June 29th this year, the airline will resume more route from Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik airports, on some routes weekly frequency has been increased.
Here is overview of changes on the Croatia Airlines routes from three mentioned cities.
Changes on flights from Zagreb
The Zagreb - Frankfurt route will operate twice per day until June 29th, from the mentioned date the airline will fly every Monday and Friday 3 daily flights on this route, which means 20 weekly flights between Zagreb and Frankfurt.
The Zagreb - Sarajevo route which started to operate yesterday will be increased from 4 to 5 weekly flights (additional flight each Thursday).
The Zagreb - Split - Rome route will also have one more weekly flight, each Wednesday, 5 times per week.
The Zagreb - Brussels route from mentioned date will operate 6 times per week, but each Wednesday there will be 2 daily flights.
The Zagreb - Paris route will be re-introduced from July 3rd, twice per week, each Friday and Sunday.
The Zagreb - Zadar - Pula route is currently operating daily, but from mentioned date the route will be reduced to 4 weekly flights (Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday).
Direct flights between Split and Osijek
Regarding Croatia Airlines flights from Split Airport, the airline will increase flights on one international route. The Split - Frankfurt route is operating twice per week right now, but from the mentioned date the route will be increased to 5 weekly flights (Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday).
The seasonal domestic route between Osijek and Split will be introduced, each Saturday, from July 4th.
Dubrovnik will be connected with Frankfurt
Croatia Airlines will restart its first international route from Dubrovnik this year. From the end of June Dubrovnik Airport will be connected with Frankfurt, 4 times per week; each Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
We can expect more flights from July 5th, especially from Split and Dubrovnik, as well as some service resumption from Zagreb (to Prague and Skopje).