The southernmost airport in Croatia received 10 incoming and had 10 outgoing flights of commercial aircraft this weekend. The summer season might have been challenging due to the Covid-19 crisis but the winter one is going to be extremely quiet for Dubrovnik Airport. International airlines would be adopting their winter schedule at this time of the year anyway, but this year their summer schedule almost reassembled their winter one.
According to a report on Croatian Aviation, Dubrovnik Airport received flights from Zagreb as well as five other European destinations this last weekend. Dubrovnik was connected with France, Germany, Italy and Great Britain, with cities such as Paris, Nantes, Munich, Rome and London. And apart from the regular internal flight with Croatia Airlines to the Croatian capital, Dubrovnik received flights from Transavia, Iberia, Lufthansa and British Airways. Transavia flew to Paris and Nantes, Lufthansa to Munich, Iberia to Rome, while British Airways connected Dubrovnik and London. The winter flights schedule is truly here.
On the weekend of the 17th and 18th of October last year Dubrovnik was connected to 10 different European destinations and 8 airlines were flying into the city.