Windrose Airline will stop operating on its regular seasonal routes to Croatia by the end of September. Flights from Kyiv to Pula, Split and Dubrovnik Airport were active almost whole summer season. The airline is preparing everything for its first flight to Zagreb Airport.
Windrose is flying from Kyiv to Pula and Split for many years now, but this summer season airline added one more destination on the Croatian coast - Dubrovnik Airport. The airline operated regular flights to three airports in Croatia almost whole summer season.
Windrose will suspend flights to Split, Dubrovnik and Pula by the end of this month, which is earlier than previous years, but totally expected due to the global pandemic situation.
An A321 aircraft will land to Pula Airport last time this year on Saturday, September 19th. Windrose operated 3 flights per week on this route at the peak of the summer season.
The Kyiv - Split route will be active by the end of this month, last flight is scheduled for Sunday, September 27th. The brand new route which started with operations this year, between Dubrovnik and Kyiv, will finish with operations on the same date (Sept 27th).
While routes to the coast will stop operating by the end of September, one route of this airline is scheduled to resume on the beginning of October. As we wrote before, Windrose will start operating on the Kyiv - Zagreb route from October 4th, two times per week, every Sunday and Wednesday. Two capitals were never connected with direct route before.