The Spanish national airline Iberia, a member of the global airline carrier organization OneWorld will boost all its three lines from Madrid to Croatia in the summer schedule of 2018. The Dubrovnik-Madrid line will start flying on March 24th, or two weeks earlier than last year. The line will start with 2 flights per week on Saturdays and Sundays and until the heart of the season in August it will be increased to 14 flights a week or twice a day! Last year there were 10 flights per week during the season, which means there are four more flights per week than in 2017 – reports Avioradar.
The Split - Madrid line will start operating a month and a half earlier than last year, from June 1st, with two flights per week on Wednesdays and Fridays and will also increase during the season – up to seven flights per week, or better said – it will fly daily. Compared to last year when there were 4 flights per week in the heart of the season it means there will be 3 flights a week more.
The Zagreb - Madrid line will start flying a month earlier than last year too, on May 4th, with two flights per week on Fridays and Sundays. At the heart of the season, this line will increase to as many as 8 flights a week, or every day with two arrivals on Thursdays. There are three flights per week more than last year, when there were 5 flights per week.