Ural Airlines upgrades Dubrovnik service


Russian carrier Ural Airlines has upgraded its seasonal summer flights between Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport and Dubrovnik to year-round operations. The service, which was launched this summer, will operate during the 2021/2022 winter season each Saturday with the 156-seat Airbus A320 aircraft. A total of 42 flights will be maintained (return service included), with 6.552 seats put on sale between the two cities.


  1. Anonymous13:51

    I read, Pula will be a yearound destination by U6, too

  2. Anonymous14:39

    Bravo Hrvatska!

  3. Anonymous15:33

    Meaning Russians have probably bought properties by the coast and will be spending more time there.

    1. Meaning Russians cannot fly to Montenegro, so Dubrovnik is good alternative.

  4. i hope they have a great plan in the case of bura wind, not like turkish getting back to istanbul


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