Singer revealed that the airline is planning on introducing new flights from Split, Dubrovnik and Pula to Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan. The airline also plans to connect Dubrovnik with Belgrade after almost 2 decades as well as Dubrovnik and the Slovenian capital Ljubljana. As a result the airline’s management believes that it will increase its passenger numbers by 15%.
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Dubrovnik Airline plans 2011 expansion
Flights from Dubrovnik to Belgrade and Ljubljana in 2011The second largest Croatian registered airline, Dubrovnik Airline, has announced that it will purchase 2 new aircraft next year and introduce new destinations. The charter airline’s CEO, Zeno Singer, told a press conference last week that Dubrovnik Airline will end 2010 with a profit of up to 2 million Euros. Singer told the media that the airline plans to sell 3 of its MD82s and purchase 2 new Airbus A320s in 2011. The remaining 2 MD83s will remain in the fleet.