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Helvetic Airways will arrive to Brač Airport for the first time
Written by: Jan Kotek.
Swiss air carrier Helvetic Airways (2L/OAW) is planning the flight to Brač Island soon. There will only be one arrival from Zürich and one return flight, but its is offered in sales as regular flight, beside all other regular flights.
The arrival is on Monday, July 27th and the return flight is on Thursday July 30th. Currently, Helvetic has only Embraer ERJ-190s (in the picture) in its fleet. All Fokker F-100s left the fleet before December last year. These flights to Brač are organized in co-operations with Swiss travel agency Meersicht Travel & Lifestyle. They will soon announce the offer of simmilar one time flight to Dubrovnik in August.
Helvetic didn't offered any regular flights to Croatia for this year and they don't fly to Croatia for several years now. Earlier, Helvetic operated regular flights to Pula, Rijeka and Split. They have also operated regular flights to Zagreb on behalf of Swiss national air carrier Swiss International Air Lines (LX/SWR), and on charter flights Helvetic already visited all Croatian airports except Brač.