Vuelos directos desde España

Vuelos Croacia 2015

Croacia cuenta con 7 aeropuertos internacionales: ZagrebDubrovnikSplitRijekaPulaZadarOsijek. En la actualidad los aeropuertos de entrada con vuelo directo desde España son: Zagreb, Zadar, Split y Dubrovnik. Todos los vuelos duran menos de 3 horas.


Vuelos directos en temporada:

Los vuelos directos a Croacia desde España operan durante la temporada alta.


Norwegian Air comienza a volar a Dubrovnik, lo hará dos veces por semana desde Madrid a partir del 31 de marzo y desde Barcelona a partir del 3 de junio hasta el 24 de octubre.


Vueling abre ruta de Barcelona a Zadar de junio a septiembre, además de un importante incremento de la capacidad en todos sus vuelos desde Barcelona a Croacia que comienzan: Dubrovnik el 27 de marzo, a Split el 2 de abril y a Zagreb el 3 de abril hasta finales de octubre.


Se mantienen las demás rutas directas de años anteriores

Croatia Airlines de Barcelona a Zagreb desde el 29 de marzo hasta el 22 de octubre.


Iberia de Madrid a Dubrovnik y Zagreb desde el 8 de junio y 13 de junio respectivamente junio hasta finales de septiembre.


Iberia Regional de Madrid a Split desde el 22 de julio hasta el 29 de agosto.


Durante la estancia en Croacia se pueden usar los servicios de la nueva compañía aérea European Coastal Airlines que opera hidroaviones.


Vuelos directos fuera de temporada:

Existe la opción de volar a Croacia con compañías aéreas que operan la ruta vía alguna ciudad europea: Lufthansa, Air France, Austrian Airlines, etc…


Para acceder a destinos situados en las regiones del norte y del noroeste de Croacia (Istria, Kvarner), se puede volar con las rutas directas las ciudades italianas de  Venecia (a unos 200 kms) o a Trieste (a unos 30 kms de Istria, Croacia).



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