British Airways is, as it says Croatian Aviation, renewed most of its routes to Croatian airports. But the company waited a long time to return to Croatian destinations this summer season, because it did not want to take risks and waited for the lifting of measures.
So this Saturday, August 7, British Airways will resume traffic between London (Heathrow) and Pula. The company reintroduces two weeks of flight, every Tuesday and Saturday.
In addition to this, from August 5, the company will introduce a line between the airport London City and Split. The line will be operated three times a week, every Monday, Thursday and Friday, and will be operated by E190 aircraft.
In addition to the two routes on which British Airways will resume traffic this week, there will also be an increase in traffic on existing routes.
Between Split and London Heathrow Airport British Airways will operate nine times a week, every day of the week, noting that two daily flights are available on Mondays and Sundays.
As many as 12 weekly flights have been announced between Heathrow and Dubrovnik. The company will have two daily flights on this route every day, except on Fridays and Saturdays when one daily flight is available. BA will use A321 aircraft towards Dubrovnik, so it will offer up to 5.232 seats between Dubrovnik and London on a weekly basis!
Unlike other Croatian airports, British Airways currently has no plans to increase the number of weekly flights between London and Zagreb. Five weekly flights are still announced: Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
In total, it will be next week between London and the mentioned Croatian airports British Airways offer as much as a 31-week flight and more than 11 seats available.
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