Nuevos vuelos de Croatia Airlines

Nuevos vuelos de Croatia Airlines
Croatia Airlines, la aerolínea nacional croata, ha confirmado oficialmente hace poco que para este verano introducirán numerosos destinos de vuelos directos nuevos.

Se están introduciendo nuevos vuelos para la temporada alta desde el aeropuerto de Zadar para Munich y Zurich. El primer vuelo desde Zadar para la capital de Baviera está previsto para el 3 de julio, y hasta el 29 septiembre los aviones de esta ruta aérea volarán dos veces a la semana, los martes y los jueves. Los vuelos directos desde Zadar a Zurich empezarán el día 20 de julio y estará volando hasta el 30 de septiembre. En esta ruta aérea volarán dos veces a la semana, los lunes y los viernes.

Los vuelos de la temporada de verano de Croatia Airlines conectarán Zagreb con Estambul los martes, jueves y los domingos. Hasta ahora, Croatia Airlines compartía avión con Turkish Airlines.

Desde el 19 julio hasta el 23 octubre de este año, se van a establecer los vuelos de ida y vuelta entre Dubrovnik y Venecia dos veces a la semana, los jueves y los domingos. El avión que va a conectar estas dos perlas del Adriático es el Dash 8-Q400, con la capacidad para 76 pasajeros. También desde Dubrovnik van a salir vuelos directos para Atenas (martes, jueves y domingos), y desde Dubrovnik a Belgrado (lunes y miércoles). Desde Split a Hamburgo habrá dos vuelos, los martes y sábados, y se han vuelto a establecer los vuelos en la ruta entre Rijeka y Londres los miércoles.

La novedad es que este verano Croatia Airlines en colaboración con SAS, volará a través de Copenhague para Nueva York y Washington.

La aerolínea italiana Air One, que pertenece al grupo Alitalia, introduce desde el 25 septiembre de este año una línea directa desde Milán Malpensa para Zagreb. Volará tres veces a la semana, los martes, los jueves y los domingos.


Croatia airlines
www.croatiaairlines.com

Air One
www.flyairone.it
 
 

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