The Spanish low-cost airline plans to return at Dubrovnik Airport in January 2021.
At the end of the summer flight schedule, this airline suspended traffic to all Croatian airports, and Dubrovnik is currently the only planned destination in Croatia during the winter months.
This summer, Vueling flew to Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik, with less weekly flights compared to last year's summer flight schedule.
Vueling plans to re-establish the Barcelona - Dubrovnik route starting in 2021. Regular flights between the two cities are currently scheduled from Sunday, January 3rd, 2021, twice a week, every Thursday and Sunday.
The route should operate until the end of the winter flight schedule (March 28th, 2021) with the above mentioned two flights per week, and for the summer flight schedule next year, the company currently offers daily flights on this route.
The realization of these flights will primarily depend on the global situation with the coronavirus, which directly affects the demand itself, so Vueling will, in case of commercial unprofitability, cancel the scheduled flights.
Vueling announces flights to four Croatian airports for the next summer season; Zagreb, Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik, but we will write more about the summer flight schedule of this airline later, it is too early to draw conclusions months in advance, especially in these times.
Vueling's intention to operate on the Barcelona - Dubrovnik route in the winter flight schedule is definitely positive news, but the question is, once again, what will be demand on these flights.