The Hungarian low-cost airline, Wizz Air, has resumed traffic on several routes to Split Airport in the past 5 days, reports Croatian Aviation.
This spring, the Hungarian Wizz Air announced new routes to Split and Dubrovnik. News about the introduction of new regular lines to the coast came out almost on a weekly basis, and as of June 11 this year, the company launched certain lines to Split.
Namely, from June 11 there are flights from Poznan and Krakow to Split (twice a week), from yesterday there is a line from Dortmund (three times a week), and from June 13 there are lines from Gdansk and Lublin towards Split (also twice a week).
And from July, Wizz Air will also operate to Dubrovnik. The second destination of Wizz Air in Croatia from this July will be Dubrovnik. The company has announced three completely new routes to Dubrovnik Airport, from Vienna, Rome and Warsaw.