Although the company announced the cancellation of three seasonal routes from Moscow to Pula, Dubrovnik and Split at the end of September, there was a change - the company announced flights in October to the three mentioned Croatian airports, writes Croatian Aviation.com.
The Russian national airline, Aeroflot Airlines, despite earlier announcements about the cancellation of seasonal flights to Croatia at the end of September, announced flights from Moscow to Split, Dubrovnik and Pula for October this year!
In September this year, the Russian Aeroflot operated mainly daily flights from Moscow to the three mentioned airports, announcing the cancellation of flights with the last day of September. The company released additional flights for October, as expected, with significantly fewer weekly flights.
Aeroflot will operate between Moscow and Pula once a week in October, every Sunday, until October 24 with A320 aircraft. In October, the airline offered a total of 1,120 seats between the Russian capital and Pula.
Aeroflot continues operations towards Split Airport. The line Moscow - Split - Moscow continues to operate twice a day in October (daily in September), every Thursday and Saturday, until October 30. A321 aircraft have been announced, allowing Aeroflot to offer 3,294 seats between the two cities in one month.