Croatia Airlines to launch new Split service


Croatia Airlines will introduce a new one weekly seasonal service between Split and Prague this summer season. Flights will commence on June 26 and run each Saturday with the Airbus A319 aircraft. A total of twelve rotations are planned, lasting until September 11, with a 3.456 tickets on sale. Croatia Airlines has served the capital of the Czech Republic on a seasonal basis from Zagreb. However, the service was suspended in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic and is not planned to be restored this year either. In addition to Prague, Croatia Airlines intends on maintaining flights from Split to Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Lyon, Munich, Paris, Rome, Vienna, Zurich, Osijek and Zagreb this summer season, if circumstances permit. Further flight details for the new Split - Prague service can be found here.


  1. Anonymous10:47

    Finally a new route from OU!

    1. Anonymous11:16

      Cancel ATH route and add PRG

    2. Anonymous12:07

      So ZAG-DBV-ATH is not coming back? That's confirmed?

    3. Anonymous15:18

      Only SPU-ATH is cancel..1pw and added PRG


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