Air France to launch Split service

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Air France will introduce seasonal flights between Paris and Split this year, making the coastal city its third destination in Croatia following Zagreb and Dubrovnik. Flights will run three times per week between July 16 and September 1 with a mix of Airbus A318 and A319 aircraft. It follows the introduction of seasonal services to Dubrovnik last year, which will be maintained up to five times per week in 2019, up from two weekly services, representing a 150% increase in capacity between the two cities.

Flight details for the new Paris - Split service can be viewed here. The French carrier will compete directly against Croatia Airlines and easyJet on the route.

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  1. Well done SPU! :)

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  2. ...and then some people said they won't have 10% growth next year. :)
    SPU will have between 3.4 and 3.5 million.

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  3. Bravo Hrvatska!

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  4. Schedule doesn't offer many international connections so I am sure this is mostly for locals. I am sure flight will be daily in no time.

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    1. for sure it wont be daily

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    2. Why not? The route has proven to be very successful in DBV! Doesn't have to be daily, but I'm sure they will increase the number of flights.

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  5. Bravo, SPU! More announcements to follow! ;)

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  6. Also, Air France increases DBV to 5pw! Yeah!

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    1. Do any of you read the article? It says so.

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    2. So? Still a great news, since I'm from DBV and will be using Air France to go to Roland Garros men's final!

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    3. What type of plane are they using in DBV?

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    4. Airbus A319/ A320.

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  7. It's better for Split to be even better connected with European destinations than to push for intercontinental flights.
    When certain improvements to the airport are made then wide body airplanes will come naturally and that will be the icing on the cake and SPU will finally overtake ZAG

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    1. i wish they would also fly it in June, this is a service for only two months. :(

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    2. Maybe they will extend it...

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    3. Certainly but Air France is not the only airline connecting Split with Paris

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    4. DBV was "a service for two Months" last year too. Only a year later it is the whole saeson and up to 5 times a week.

      Like DBV SPU will have 2 daily EZY to CDG/ORY 1o weekly Transavia to CDG and lots of charters + now AF.

      Next year we might see AF daily to DBV and SPU.

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