"Pilots take no special joy in walking. Pilots like flying." - Neil Armstrong
Summer 2021 timetable has started today
Written by Jan Kotek.
Summer 2021 timetable has started on Sunday, March 28th. However, on Croatian coastal airports it seems like it hasn't started at all. During previous years, there were around 50 international seasonal routes starting on Croatian Airports just during the first 7 dayd. Now there are only three routes.
German flag air carrier Lufthansa (LH/DLH), the member of Star Alliance has started with flight operations one day earlier, on Saturday March 27th, on two routes from Munich to Dubrovnik and Split. Both routes are starting with only three flights a week, to Dubrovnik on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays and to Split on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays . First flight to Split was with Embraer ERJ-195 of Italian regional air carrier Air Dolomiti (EN/DLA), while flight to Dubrovnik with a Mitsubishi CRJ-900 (in the picture). Both routes were originaly planned with 8 flights a week, with a larger Airbus A320. Lufthansa planned to resume flight operations also on routes from Frankfurt to Dubrovnik and Split but these routes were postponed.
Spanish flag air carrier Iberia (IB/IBE), a member of OneWorld Alliance, will resume flight operations from Madrid to Dubrovnik on Sunday, with a new Airbus A320Neo announced on the first arrival. This route will be operated at the begining with only two weekly flights on Fridays and Sundays.
All international arrivals to Rijeka, Pula and Zadar were postoponed until the end of April.