Thursday, December 15, 2016

KLM to commence Split service

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KLM will launch seasonal flights between Amsterdam and Split next summer starting April 22. Services will initially operate twice per week, each Saturday and Sunday, before increasing to six weekly during the peak summer months (each day with exception to Saturday). Flights will run until the end of summer. KLM already maintains year-long flights to Zagreb. Its new Split service will compete directly against easyJet. Flights will operate with a mix of Embraer E190 jets and Boeing 737-700s. Further flight details can be found here.

8 comments:

  1. Small correction, flights will start to operate from April 22nd, 2x weekly.

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  2. Intresing, I'm sure this route is a smart move of KLM as there's more and more intrest in Croatia from The Netherlands.

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  3. Like this Croatia Airlines can close.
    UK competition BA and Easyjet
    Netherlands: KLM and Easyjet
    France : Air France and Easyjet
    Germany : Lufthansa and Germanwings.
    So the following question should be put to their Ceo Mr.Kucko.
    1) What have you done that was in benefit of Croatia Airlines?
    2) Will you be step down from your position as Ceo, as you have failed .


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  4. Great addition for SPU!

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  5. My confidence in OU CEO gets stronger everyday, when I read such non-sense and speculative comments. Mr. Kucko should collect these as a memory and laugh together with other airline CEOs.

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    1. The problem is that the other Ceo don't want to seat next to an amateur who got his job thanks to his political connections. Professionals mix only with professionals period.
      Croatia Airlines really wouldn't wouldn't mind to have one of those

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