Utair to launch Split service

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Russian carrier Utair has announced it will introduce a seasonal two weekly service between Moscow’s Vnukovo Airport and Split, despite the ongoing coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak. Flights are scheduled to launch on June 2 and run twice per week until late September with a Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Commenting on the new service, the head of the Croatian Tourism Board, Kristjan Staničić, said, “This is an excellent opportunity for Dalmatia and the entire Croatian tourism sector in its positioning on an important market such as Russia”. Further flight details can be found here.

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  1. Anonymous13:41

    Well they are being optimistic. Especially with such an early date.

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    1. Anonymous15:20

      Don't think this is an early date. It's more than two months.

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    2. You're also being optimistic thinking everything will go back to normal in couple of months.

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    3. Anonymous20:05

      I am Anon 13.41 and by early date I meant only two months from today when corona is right now starting to boom. I think it's very ambitious from them to add a brand new line.

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  2. Anonymous17:21

    Lunatics ...

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  3. Anonymous18:12

    Don't they have anything else to think about?

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  4. Anonymous18:12

    Another spoiled livery.

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  5. Yes the livery is pretty dull. Tail passable, the titles........ugh

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  6. Anonymous08:51

    Unrealistic

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  7. Anonymous09:08

    Bravo Hrvatska!

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