Transavia, low-budget airline with its bases across France and Netherlands, did some changes on its routes to Croatia.
The airline resumed flights to Croatia on the end of June (some of them resumed in the beginning of July), and it's currently flying on 8 direct routes to Croatia. The airline will continue to operate on those routes through August as well.
The Paris Orly - Split route is currently operation 3 times per week. The airline had plan to introduce 3 more weekly flights on this route (total of 6 per week) but that will not happen due to the low demand. From August 13th there will be 2 weekly flights on this route.
The Rotterdam - Split route is operating 5 times per week, and airline is planning to keep the number of weekly flights during the August as well (every day except Monday and Wednesday).
The Nantes - Dubrovnik route will continue to operate 2 times per week, as we announced it before.
The Paris Orly - Dubrovnik route is operating 3 times per week, the airline planned to add one more weekly flight during the August, but that will not happen so the route will continue to operate 3 times per week (every Friday, Saturday and Sunday).
The Rotterdam - Dubrovnik route will continue to operate 2 times per week in August, with the same number of weekly flights like in July (every Tuesday and Saturday).
The Rotterdam - Zadar route will have the same number of weekly flights like in July (3 times per week - every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday).
The Rotterdam - Pula route will be operating more frequently, right now the route is active 3 times per week, but from August there will be 5 weekly flights (daily except Tuesday and Wednesday).
The Eindhoven - Rijeka route will continue to operate 3 times per week in August (every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday) which is one weekly flight less than during the summer timetable 2019.