Sundair to launch Brač flights

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German charter carrier Sundair will commence services between Frankfurt and Brač. The airline will deploy its Airbus A319 aircraft to the Croatian island twice per week, each Monday and Friday, starting July 17. Services will be maintained until the end of the summer season on October 23. Recently, Croatia Airlines commenced regular charter flights from Brač to Graz via Linz and resumed its seasonal domestic service from Zagreb.

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  1. Anonymous10:32

    Croatia uses its A319 on the charter flight this year which was a first A319 landing at BWK. Nice to see airlines add routes to BWK

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  2. Anonymous12:10

    Great news for BWK! Any updates about the ongoing expansions?

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    1. Anonymous23:37

      Excellent question

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  3. Anonymous12:21

    Strange airline, never heard of them.

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    1. Anonymous23:40

      Typical charter airlines with fleet of 6 A320/A319 based mostly at secondary and tertiary German airports. Flew with them ince from Dresden, it's a nice airline from passenger perspective, lovely staff.

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  4. Anonymous23:36

    Wow! First foreign airline regularly using stuff bigger than 100 seats and even an A319 to Brač. Congrats to BWK!

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