The low-budget airline, Norwegian, which was flying to almost all croatian airports last summer season, announced its plan for July. The plan includes service resumption on three routes to Croatia, Split and Dubrovnik.
The airline has canceled its only route to Rijeka before, while there is no scheduled flights at the moment during the July for Pula, Zadar and Zagreb. The airline confirmed plan to operate flights to Dubrovnik and Split.
From July 4th Norwegian will fly again on the Oslo - Split route, two times per week, every Wednesday and Saturday.
From the same date the airline is planning to resume the Stockholm - Split route, but just once per week, each Saturday during the July.
From July 28th the Oslo - Dubrovnik route will be introduced again, two times per week, every Tuesday and Sunday.
By the end of July and at the start of August we can expect more Norwegian Air's flights to resume to the croatian destinations, firstly to Pula Airport.