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Dubrovnik – New air connections for Lisbon, Moscow, Belgrade and Ljubljana

Dubrovnik – New air connections for Lisbon, Moscow, Belgrade and Ljubljana
TAP Portugal, the Portuguese national airline, is introducing a new line between Lisbon and Dubrovnik in June. The first aircraft will connect the two cities on 23 June and flights are planned for every Thursday until 25 August 2011. This is the first time in history that Dubrovnik will be linked to Lisbon by a direct airline.

From 27 May to 29 October this southern Croatian city will be directly connected with Moscow by a daily air link of the Russian national airline Aeroflot. Passengers on the Dubrovnik - Moscow line will be transported by the Airbus 320 aircraft.

Croatia Airlines is introducing direct flights to Athens and Venice in their summer timetable. From 21 April to 23 October return flights will be set up to the Greek capital Athens from Zagreb via Dubrovnik three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, and to Venice in the period from 19 May to 23 October.

Dubrovnik Airline, a private airline company that is mostly owned by a company ‘Atlantska Plovidba’ will, from spring introduce lines to Belgrade and Ljubljana, and will this year renew their fleet with two Airbus 320 aircraft. Dubrovnik Airline aircraft will fly to the capital cities of Serbia and Slovenia twice a week and tickets will be sold via the Internet.

This Dubrovnik firm plans to expand cooperation to the Bulgarian and Kazakhstani market, from where they first brought tourists to Croatia two years ago.

The Tourist Board of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County
www.visitdubrovnik.hr

The Tourist Board of Dubrovnik
www.tzdubrovnik.hr

Dubrovnik airport
www.airport-dubrovnik.com

Croatia Airlines
www.croatiaairlines.com
 
 

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