American to extend Dubrovnik flights in 2020

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American Airlines will extend its flying season between Philadelphia and Dubrovnik next year until the end of the summer season in late October. As EX-YU Aviation News learns, the world’s largest carrier will resume operations on the route on June 1 and will run daily flights through to the end of the season on October 24. American Airlines is yet to put tickets on sale for the majority of next summer. This year, the carrier will end its Dubrovnik operations on September 29.

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  1. Great stuff! Daily to US till end of Oct.

    But why do they rather fly till end of Oct but do not fly at all in April and May?
    Do they still need the planes for their seasonal Central American / Caribbean ops at that time of the year?

    It seems more logical that they fly from say Easter (beginning of April) till mid October.

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    1. One after one. If Until end Oct proves good they might advance 2021 to early May
      Adriatic sea in April and October are fantastic. Thats actually my travel season

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  2. Crazy, with Croatian airports now nearing 12 million pax per annum, we might see many more airlines arrive.

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    1. Croatia keeps winning!

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    2. You mean the Croatian coast? OSI and ZAG aren't doing that well at the moment.

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    3. yeah very impressive growth in Croatia

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    4. 63.000 new passengers in Zagreb till August is not best result but is not also bad.

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    5. Of course when you look at it like that it isn't but most of those numbers were for before summer, unfortunately. Usually it's the other way around. ZAG needs to attract more airlines and more frequencies.

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  3. Bravo, DBV, hope for ORD in 2021! Or sooner! ;)

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    1. AA already announced new transatlantic flights from ORD for 2020 and DBV is not on the list. It can't be sooner than 2021.

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    2. Then 2021 it is! Congrats!

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    3. It is not 2021 until they announce it. It might or might not happen at all.

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