The connections between Dalmatia and The Netherlands are getting stronger. KLM
started its service to Split from Amsterdam, and it will be increasing its flights to ten a week for 2018. The first flight will take off on April 14 and continue until September 2. The current daily KLM service from Amsterdam to Zagreb will continue. More details: SAS
is also strengthening its route from Kristiansand to Split, reports
Avioradar More details:
More good news for Rijeka, as Adria Airways
has announced charter flights from three destinations in Scandinavia in the pre-season of May and June from Gothenburg, Karlstad and Norrkoping.
A new connection to Brussels for Zadar, as Brussels Airways
increases its activity on the Dalmatian coast, with a Saturday service from May 12 to September 29. More details:
There will be a little more Swiss interest in Istria this summer, as Edelweiss Air
has announced it will increase its service to Pula from Zurich. The twice-weekly flights will run from June 2 to September 26.
Split seems to be inspiring all sorts of confidence in airlines. Wizzair
has announced a strengthening of its two routes to the Dalmatian capital from Polish cities Warsaw and Katowice, from June 16 to September 19.
And Croatia Airlines
has announced a new connection from Split to Copenhagen, a Saturday flight from May 5 to October 10. More details:
All good news including direct flights from Dubai to Dubrovnik More details:
, direct flights from South Korea to Zagreb, and a further planned expansion by easyJet
into the Croatian market.
2018 is going to be busy!