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Dubrovnik et Split – Augmentation du nombre de lignes aériennes
Cette saison la compagnie aérienne allemande Lufthansa va augmenter le nombre de lignes régulières depuis Munich vers Dubrovnik. A partir du 27 mars, les deux villes seront reliées cinq jours par semaine : les lundis, mercredis, vendredi, samedis et dimanches.

Par ailleurs, à partir du 1er avril, Lufthansa introduit deux lignes régulières supplémentaires vers et au départ de Düsseldorf, les jeudis et samedis. Le nombre de vols pour Split sera alors de quatre par semaine, et Lufthansa va également mettre en place un vol qui reliera Zadar à Munich tous les samedis.

Cette année, Split sera reliée en ligne régulière à près de 74 villes en Europe ; c’est le record du nombre de villes européennes au départ desquelles les passagers pourront venir, sans escale, dans le plus grand aéroport de l'Adriatique. En plus de tous les vols proposés l'année dernière à destination de Split, une dizaine de nouvelles destinations ont été introduites, parmi lesquelles Paris, Rome, Londres – Stansted, Hannovre, Lille, Manchester et Bâle.
 
C’est en ligne régulière que la ville située au pied du mont Marjan sera reliée à 46 villes de 19 pays d'Europe, tandis que les avions charter relieront Split à 28 villes de 12 pays, et trois destinations domestiques.

Les compagnies aériennes qui ont amené le plus de passagers à Split l'année dernière, ont annoncé une hausse du trafic en 2010, ainsi que des nouvelles destinations au départ de Split. Parmi ces compagnies, on compte entre autres  «EasyJet», «Germanwings», «Norwegian Air Shuttle» et SAS.

Aéroport de Dubrovnik
www.airport-dubrovnik.hr

Aéroport de Split
www.split-airport.hr

Lufthansa
www.lufthansa.com
 
 

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