The Dutch national airline, KLM, is introducing the Amsterdam-Dubrovnik-Amsterdam route from June this year.
KLM last operated towards Dubrovnik during the time of the former state, now back in 1988. After independence, this company did not have a regular line to Dubrovnik Airport, the portal reports Croatian Aviation.
We remind you that in February this year, the Dutch national airline made a big expansion on the Croatian market, introduced additional flights to Zagreb and now operates twice a day on the route from Amsterdam. There is also a line to Split, which, as we approach the summer season, will increase the number of weekly operations.
From June 26, KLM flights between Amsterdam and Dubrovnik will operate daily, and E190 and B737 aircraft were announced on it.
Today, 1400 employees in tourism will be vaccinated in Dubrovnik.
Mato Franković, the mayor of the city of Dubrovnik, points out that they have done everything necessary for the tourist recovery in a targeted and planned manner. He states that they will continue vaccinating next week and believes that in two weeks he will vaccinate all Dubrovnik tourist workers who wish to do so.