Low cost airlines increase flights to Dalmatia

Low cost airlines increase flights to DalmatiaThe German low-cost airline Germanwings will this year expand its offer of flights from Stuttgart to Croatia and also introduce flights to Split and Dubrovnik. The new flights are the result of the deepening of the cooperation with the parent company Lufthansa, which will, starting from the summer of 2012, let Germanwings overtake all European destinations.


This way the passengers from Stuttgart will be able to fly to the Croatian tourist center of Dubrovnik once a week, from April. Given the track record of the Stuttgart – Split line, Germanwings has decided to introduce an additional flight on that line on Fridays, starting from June.

Europe's largest low cost airline Ryanair will also introduce three more flights to Croatia this year.

From 24 March, aircrafts of this Irish company will connect Zadar and Billund Airport which is located near the famous Legoland in Denmark. The aircrafts will fly twice a week, on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

Two days later, on 26 March, Ryanair planes will begin flying between Zadar and Marseille, the second largest French city. They will fly twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays.

From 2 July, Ryanair will connect Zadar with the East Midlands airport, located near Nottingham in the UK. They will fly twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays until the end of the summer.

Ryanair will then have ten seasonal links from Zadar to the UK, while it already has 16 in the whole of Croatia.

The airline Jet2.com has announced that it will introduce flights between Newcastle and Dubrovnik, which will enable a large number of English tourists from the north of the country to spend their holidays in the South of Croatia.

Croatia is advertised as a country with crystal clear waters, unspoilt charm and great value compared to other destinations in the Mediterranean, and Dubrovnik as an ideal destination for families, couples and group tourist arrivals.
Jet2.com aircraft will also fly to Split and Pula.

Germanwings
www.germanwings.com

Ryanair
www.ryanair.com

Jet2.com
www.jet2.com

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