Dubrovnik Airport is introducing new routes to Amsterdam, Munich and Paris

Transavia Airlines CV and Transavia France, two sister airlines of the same owners Air France and KLM, will connect Dubrovnik Airport with destinations Amsterdam, Munich ...

Transavia Airlines CV and Transavia France, two sister airlines of the same owners Air France and KLM, will connect this season with regular flights Dubrovnik Airport with destinations Amsterdam, Munich and Paris.

With the opening of the new routes, it is expected that these two carriers together will operate over two hundred flights, while until this year Transavia France had only twenty charter flights.

The line to Paris will be maintained by Transavia France on Thursdays and Sundays from 21.04. until 27.10.2016, while the Amsterdam and Munich routes will be operated by Transavia Airlines CV. For Amsterdam it will be established on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays from 21.04. to 29.10. while the line to Munich will take place on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from 30.05. to 25.10.2016

Dubrovnik Airport points out that regardless of the fact that Croatia, Airlines, Lufthansa and EasyJet already operate regular flights to these destinations, the opening of Transavia Airlines routes brings a significant increase in traffic and better and more intensive connection of Dubrovnik with three very important destinations in Western Europe.

Also from April 2016, Volotea, an airline for small and medium-sized European cities, introduced flights on the route Dubrovnik - Nantes, as well as flights on the route Dubrovnik - Marseille. By opening these two lines, the company offers 82 flights from Dubrovnik to Nantes and 80 flights to Marseille.

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