Eurowings upgrades Pula service


Eurowings will upgrade its newly launched seasonal summer flights between Dusseldorf and Pula to year-round operations, the "Avioradar" portal reports. Flights will be maintained past October 29 twice per week, each Thursday and Saturday with an Airbus A319 aircraft. It will become Pula Airport's only international route during the winter period. Eurowings has expanded significantly in Croatia this year, and has already announced the extension of its summer flights between Munich and Split to year-round operations. Furthermore, the budget airline will launch flights between Dusseldorf and Zagreb this winter. Eurowings is the only foreign carrier to maintain operations to all of Croatia's main airports - Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik, Pula, Zadar, Osijek and Rijeka.


  1. Anonymous10:21

    Finally airlines are beginning to introduce year-round services to Croatian Sea-side towns!

  2. Anonymous11:53

    Bravo Pula, bravo Istra! :)

  3. Anonymous12:52

    Now it looks much better, Dubrovnik, Split and Pula with international year round flights. Hope Zadar and Rijeka will have some news in that segment too

  4. Anonymous20:33

    And brac?


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