Thursday, April 29, 2010

Wizz Air descends upon Croatia

Off to Split and Dubrovnik
The low cost airline, Wizz Air, has announced that it will commence flights from London Luton to both Split and Dubrovnik in Croatia. The flights to Split are set to begin on June 18. The city will be served 3 times per week until July 4, with an addition of a 4th weekly flight from July 5. Flights to Dubrovnik will commence on June 19 and will operate 3 times per week. Both destinations will be served on a seasonal summer basis until September 19. Tickets are already on sale and all flight details can be found on the right hand side in the new route launches section.

With the addition of Split and Dubrovnik, Wizz Air will operate flights to 3 Croatian destinations as it already serves Zagreb from London Luton and Dortmund in Germany.


  1. @ ex-yu aviation

    1. It is not correct route stated in new route launched section for Cimber Sterling to Belgrade: they are flying from Copenhagen, not from Stockholm.

    2. can you check and introduce to this list announced flight of Wind Jet from Palermo to Belgrade, as of 22/06?


  2. ^
    BYE BYE Croatia Airlines...

  3. Good!!Do they have plans to start Sarajevo any time soon?


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