Spanish low-budget airline published its schedule for September, the airline will reduce the number of weekly flights to its destinations in Croatia - Split and Dubrovnik.
Vueling had 14 operations per week from Barcelona and Rome to Dubrovnik, while the number of weekly ops was just a bit lower to Split, 12 per week. The airline will continue to fly to both airports in Croatia as following:
the Barcelona - Dubrovnik route, 2 times per week (Tuesdays and Sundays),
the Rome - Dubrovnik route, 2 times per week (Tuesdays and Saturdays),
the Barcelona - Split route, 2 times per week (Tuesdays and Saturdays),
the Rome - Split route, 2 times per week (Tuesdays and Sundays).
In the peak of this summer season, Vueling operated 4 direct flights per week on the Rome - Dubrovnik route, and 3 flights per week on the Barcelona - Dubrovnik, Rome - Split and Barcelona - Split routes. Since we are near the end of this summer season, demand is dropping and it is normal for airline to reduce their weekly frequency.
Also, the Barcelona - Zagreb route will continue to operate in September as well, just once per week, every Saturday in the evening hours. Vueling will, next month, fly to 3 airports in Croatia with 18 operations per week.