Swiss airline Helvetic Airways announced one-time regular flights on the Zurich - Brač route.
The airline introduced "pop-up" flights in order to better respond to the current pandemic situation. Instead of classic regular flights with fixed weekly schedule and number of flights, the airline will now start pop-up flights to the destinations which are not included in their regular network.
From that reason, the airline will resume flights on the Zurich - Brač route, with departure from Zurich to Brač on Monday July 27th in the morning hours, while return flights is scheduled for Thursday, July 30th, in afternoon hours.
Passengers from Zurich and those who will transfer via that airport can reach Brac airport (island) with a direct flight, enabling short vacation on the croatian coast.
The airline scheduled those flights just for July, with the possibility of more flights in August as well.
Helvetic Airways will use E190 aircraft on this route, with the capacity of 110 seats.