Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Iberia to Dubrovnik and Zagreb

In Dubrovnik and Zagreb
The Spanish national carrier, Iberia, has resumed flights to Dubrovnik. The seasonal summer flights will operate from Madrid until September 28, three times per week – on Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. All flights will be operated by the Airbus A320, the “Financial” reports. As was the case last summer, Iberia has scheduled its operations to Dubrovnik to offer its customers connecting flights to its entire network, especially in Spain and America. It expects to carry more than 14.000 passengers to one of the most beautiful cities in the Adriatic. On Tuesdays and Saturdays, flights will leave Madrid Barajas Airport at 10.30 and will land at Dubrovnik at 13.15. On Sundays, the departure time will be at 13.45, while the arrival time will be at 16.30. Return flights from the Croatian city will be 14.05 on Tuesdays and Saturdays, landing at Madrid airport at 16.55. On Sundays, flights will leave at 17.20 and will arrive at the Spanish capital at 20.10.

On July 3, Iberia will resume seasonal summer flights to Zagreb. It has schedule two flights every week – on Saturdays and Sundays until September 19. All flight details can be found in the new route launches section on the right hand side.

8 comments:

  1. Is OU flying their seasonal flights to Spain this summer?

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  2. Great news! With both, Spanair and Iberia present this means more competition and ultimeately lower prices. Time to visit Spain :)

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  3. Interesting how from now to 28th of September, 3 flight per week on an A320 is only around 7000 seats????????

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  4. @ Q400

    if they carry 14000 pax within 13 weeks, their loadfactor is 100% or even over..
    6 flights per week 13 weeks
    aircraft seat capacities 136-171 seats for the 320..

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  5. Iberia will fly DBV-MAD route 5 times a week -2-4-67 and sundays 2 rotations, not only 3 times a week! Also there are 2 more routes operated by Iberia Regional DBV-Valencia and DBV-Bilbao, each 3 times a week by CRJ-900 of Air Nostrum.
    Reply to the first comment: Yes Croatia Airlines will operate its seasonal route ZAG-BCN 3 times a week, same as last year and also Croatia Airlines added code-share flights on Spanair routes ZAG-BCN (3x a week), DBV-BCN (4x a week and DBV-MAD (2x a week)

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  6. Erm..hello, ever heard of an upgrade? Just because it states that it will be an 320 it can easily be a 321!
    Great news!

    Is Vueling still going to fly to Ljubljana?

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  7. Well, if it 5 flights per week then it does make more sense.

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  8. Nice,

    Good news for Croatia,
    Well again Croatia is most visited place on Balkans there is no doubt in this, they have nice coast all over.

    Macedonia and Serbia must try to work on alternative tourism.

    Regards

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