French flag air carrier Air France (AF/AFR), the member of SkyTeam Alliance, has announced to boost its routes from Paris to Dubrovnik and Split.
Paris (Roissy - Charles de Gaulle Airport) - Dubrovnik route will be operated daily! This route will start with flight operations from March 29th, one week earlier then last year. Also, this route will be operated twice a week during pre-season, on Saturdays and Sundays, which is one flight more then last year. During the heart of the season, this route will have 7 flights a week instead of 5 weekly flights last year. This route will be operated with following planes: Airbus A318, A319 and A320.
Paris (Roissy - Charles de Gaulle Airport) - Split route will be operated with 6 weekly flights, daily except Saturedays. This is twice more then last year, when this route was operated with 3 weekly flights. This route will be operated with smaller Embraer ERJ-190 (in the picture) from the fleet of regional subsidiary HOP! (A5/HOP). Last year this route was operated with Airbus A318s and A319s as well.
Paris - Zagreb route was also announced to have more flights in a previous article:
Air France pojačava liniju iz Pariza za Zagreb
Air France flight operations to Croatia for last 4 years are very interesting. In 2017 there was only Paris - Zagreb with just 7 weekly flights. Additional new route Paris - Dubrovnik was inaugurated in 2018 with only two weekly flights. Last year, Paris - Dubrovnik route had 5 weekly flights and a new Paris - Split route was inaugurated, so all together there were 15 flights a week to all Croatian Airports. This year Air France has 27 flights a week to all Croatian airports together.
Photo © Boštjan Henigman (LJU)