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Dubrovnik and Split – Number of Air Connections Increasing
The German air-carrier Lufthansa is increasing its number of regular connections between Munich and Dubrovnik this season. From March 27th, five connections a week will be operating between the two cities – Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

On April 1st, Lufthansa is also introducing two regular connections between Dusseldorf and Dubrovnik, on Thursdays and Saturdays.  The number of flights to Split will be increased to 4 a week and a connection between Zadar and Munich will also be introduced, operating ever Saturday.

This year, Split will be directly connected with as many as 74 European destinations. This is a record number of European cities from which travellers will be able to directly reach the biggest airport in the Adriatic.

With all of the last year's flights, 10 new destinations have been introduced to which Split will be connected, including Paris, Rome London – Stansted, Hannover, Lille, Manchester and Basel.

The city beneath Marjan will be connected to 46 cities in 19 countries through regular air traffic, while charter planes will connect Split to 28 cities in 12 countries and three domestic destinations.
 
The air carriers that have made the biggest profit in Split last year have announced an increase in traffic for 2010 and connections with new destinations. Among them are «EasyJet», «Germanwings», «Norwegian Air Shuttle» and SAS.

Dubrovnik Airport
www.airport-dubrovnik.hr

Split Airport
www.split-airport.hr

Lufthansa
www.lufthansa.com
 
 

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