After being at the airport Berlin Tegel the last aircraft landed on November 8, 2020, traffic is diverted to a new airport Berlin Brandenburg. Eurowings is according to the writing of the portal Croatian Aviation announced four "new" lines from Croatia. Almost all lines from Rijeka, Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik they had previously had a connection to Berlin Tegel Airport, but since that port is closed, traffic to Croatia will be transferred to the new airport. Thus, for the first time, Croatian cities will be directly connected to the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport.
Flights to Berlin start in early April
Before Easter, the line will start first Berlin - Split - Berlin. Eurowings plans to operate on this line every Saturday from April 3 to October 10. From June 1, another additional flight would be introduced on Tuesdays. In the mentioned period, Eurowings will do between Split and Berlin 50 return flights and market more than 17.500 seats in both directions.
A month later, on May 9, the line will start operating Berlin - Dubrovnik - Berlin. The line will operate until the end of the summer flight schedule, ie on October 24. One flight per week will be available, every Sunday, so Eurowings will offer around 8.200 seats on this line during the season.
Line Berlin - Rijeka - Berlin in traffic will be from May 15 to October 30, also once a week, on Saturdays. 26 return flights are planned, with Eurowings currently offering more than 8.500 seats on the market between Berlin and Kvarner.
Line Berlin - Zadar - Berlin announced from May 22 to October 30, will also run once a week, on Saturdays. The 25 announced return flights guarantee over 8.200 seats on the market in both directions.
According to Croatian Aviation, the company is currently offering cheap tickets on routes from Croatia to Berlin, starting as low as 50 euros. You can check the prices on the official Eurowings website.
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