Friday, February 12, 2010

Busy summer in Split

More customers than in 2009
European airline companies have confirmed their schedules to and from Split for the 2010 summer season. According to current data, the total number of flights will increase by 9% when compared to the same period last year. In addition to numerous connections to Western European cities, Split will also have direct flights to various Scandinavian destinations including Gothenburg and Stockholm. Some of the cities that can be directly reached from Split this summer include Paris, Rome, London, Lille and Manchester.

A total of 33 airlines will serve Split this summer. As a result, a total of 1.5 million seats will be up for sale during 2010. Moreover, travellers will have the opportunity of reaching Split on a daily basis using charter carriers which will be operating from 28 European cities.

Croatia Airlines will be increasing its flight offering from Split by 7%. Meanwhile, foreign companies, including the low cost EasyJet and Germanwings as well as SAS and Norwegian Air Shuttle, will be increasing their number of flights by 80% compared to last year.

The management of Split Airport believes that it will see an increase in the number of passengers in 2010 due to a strong summer season. In 2009, the airport handled a total of 1.080.121 passengers, a decrease of almost 8% compared to 2008.

2 comments:

  1. This is good news, but where are OU expanding to from SPU?

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  2. OU will only have more weekly flights on several routes from Split. No new routes.

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