"Pilots take no special joy in walking. Pilots like flying." - Neil Armstrong
Lauda has returned to Croatia and inaugurated a new route
Written by Jan Kotek.
Austrian low-cost air carrier Lauda (OE/LDM) which is in partnership with Irish low-cost air carrier Ryanair (FR/RYR), has resumed flight operations to Zadar on Sunday June 28. The first arrival was on the flight no. FR5959 from Stuttgart. This route will be operated once a week, on Sundays, which is two flights per week less then last year. Flights on Wednesdays and Thursdays are cancelled.
A day later, on Monday June 29, Lauda has inaugurated new Vienna - Zadar route, which wasn't operated last year. This route will be operated twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays with additional third flight a week on Wednesdays, starting from September this year. This is the first new route announced for this year, which started with flight operations. The second new route for this year was Vienna - Dubrovnik, but it is not in offer anymore.
Lauda will also operate flights to Split, begining from next Sunday, July 5. Stuttgart - Split route will also be operated once a week, on Sundays, which makes it two flights a week less then last year. Flights on Tuesdays and Wednesdays are cancelled. Last year's Stuttgart - Pula route with three weekly flights is not in offer for this year anymore.
All mentioned flights will be operated with Airbus A320 (in the picture) or Ryanair's Boeing 737-800. Ryanair will start its own flight operations to Croatia on July 1st.