This weekend, the three most active Croatian airports performed a total of 108 commercial aircraft operations. Croatia was connected to 25 different destinations via Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik, i.e. this weekend it was possible to fly to 15 different countries from these airports. Most flights were to Germany, and Frankfurt was the destination with the most individual flights, the total of 14. Among other destinations in Germany, it was possible to travel to Berlin, Munich, Düsseldorf, Dortmund, Cologne and Stuttgart.
The busiest Croatian airport performed a total of 63 commercial aircraft operations. 38 operations were performed at domestic airports, while 25 operations were performed at foreign airports. The most active airline was, as expected, Croatia Airlines with a total of 28 operations. In addition to the domestic airline, Lufthansa, LOT, AirFrance, KLM, Eurowings, Turkish and Air Serbia also flew to Zagreb.
Split Airport conducted 30 commercial aircraft operations this weekend. It is worth mentioning, that 10 different airlines operated in Split this weekend. Of the foreign airlines, EasyJet, KLM, Wizz Air, Lufthansa, Eurowings, Norwegian, Ryanair, LOT and Transavia flew to Split. Croatia Airlines performed 12 aircraft operations, of which 7 to domestic destinations and 5 to other European destinations.
In third place in terms of the number of aircraft operations performed is our southernmost airport. Dubrovnik recorded 15 commercial aircraft operations this weekend. In addition to Croatia Airlines, British, Lufthansa, LOT, Vueling, Ryanair, Transavia and AirFrance operated through Dubrovnik Airport. From Dubrovnik you could fly to European capitals such as London, Paris, Dublin, Rome and Warsaw.
All in all, we can be quite satisfied with the number of destinations that could be flown to this weekend from the three busiest Croatian airports. The summer flight schedule is coming to an end soon, so the seasonal lines in 2020 will soon stop. We will continue to monitor the development of the situation caused by the declared COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on air traffic in Croatia.