Tuesday, 11 August 2020

France and Croatia to be well connected with flights

By  Jul 03, 2020

The beginning of July is marked with the return of flights to Croatia by numerous airlines. Among others, French tourists are again allowed to travel by air to our country - said the director of the Croatian National Tourist Board Representation Office in France, Danijela Mihalic Durica.

Croatia Airlines announced flights on Fridays and Sundays from Paris to Zagreb, from July 11th Split will be connected to Paris again, and a flight from Lyon will start flying on Saturdays.

Air France has announced the return of flights from Paris to Zagreb and from Paris to Dubrovnik from 4th of July. The French national airline also announces the return of the flight from Paris to Split on July 13th.

Transavia Airlines announced the return of flights to Croatia in July, departing from Paris to Split and Dubrovnik, but also from Nantes to Dubrovnik.
Easy Jet announces the return of flights from Paris to Split and Dubrovnik in July.

-Destination safety, epidemiological measures taken, availability of information on entering the country are becoming key criteria for choosing a holiday destination, which is why there is currently great interest in Croatia on the French market - said Croatian National Tourist Board Director Kristjan Stanicic.

Currently, there is an increasing trend of reservations for Croatia from many French tour operators such as Fram / Promovacance, Travel Europe, Top of Travel, Ovoyages and Voyamar.

-If the good epidemiological picture of Croatia continues, further growth is expected from this market, especially from August when the French mostly go on vacations, but also during September and October when some airlines have already announced extended departures to Adriatic destinations, especially towards Split and Dubrovnik, traditionally the most visited Croatian destinations for French guests, but also towards Zagreb - said Danijela Mihalic Durica.

The Voice of Dubrovnik

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