The Hungarian low-cost airline, Wizz Air, has announced two new routes to Croatia starting from July this year.
The well-known Hungarian airline, Wizz Air, will increase the number of aircraft based at Rome's Fiumicino Airport in July and open new routes across Europe, adding as well two new routes to Croatia. After a long break, the company is returning at Dubrovnik Airport!
Last night, the company announced on its official website that A321NEO aircraft will be based at Fiumicino Airport and a number of routes will be opened to European destinations, including two airports in Croatia - Split and Dubrovnik.
From July 2nd, Wizz Air will introduce Rome - Split - Rome route, which will operate three times a week, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, until October 29th. On 52 return flights, the company will offer as many as 24,856 seats between Split and Rome this summer season! This is the seventh new Wizz Air route for this summer season to Split Airport!
Wizz is coming back to Dubrovnik!
After a long break, this airline is coming back at Dubrovnik Airport. The Rome - Dubrovnik - Rome route will also be in traffic three times a week, from July 1st to October 30th, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
On 53 planned rotations, Wizz Air will offer more than 25,000 seats between Dubrovnik and Rome.
In addition to Wizz Air, on the routes from Rome to Dubrovnik and Split, two other airlines operate in the summer flight schedule: Croatia Airlines and Vueling. From July, passengers will have a choice of three airlines to travel to the Italian capital from Split and Dubrovnik airports.