The Finnish national airline will resume flights to Croatian airports in the next few days, reports Croatian Aviation. Finnair, will soon resume operations on routes from Helsinki to two Croatian airports - Split and Dubrovnik.
Finnair did not operate to Croatia last summer due to the global pandemic, passenger restrictions and low demand, but the company will reopen flights to Croatia and operate all through the summer months.
Finnair will connect Dubrovnik and Helsinki from Friday the 25th of June, and will then continue to operate flights twice a week, on Tuesday and Fridays, until the end of July. And then from August Finnair will add another weekly flight, every Sunday.
From June 26, Finnair will resume traffic on the line Helsinki – Split. From July 3, two flights a week are announced, on Saturdays and Sundays, and from August an additional flight on Tuesdays.