The Dutch airline KLM plans to introduce additional flights to Dubrovnik Airport next summer.
The world's oldest airline, KLM, will soon officially announce the summer flight schedule, which will include news for the Croatian market. Namely, KLM will significantly increase the number of weekly operations between Amsterdam and Dubrovnik, reports Croatian Aviation.
The line between Dubrovnik and Amsterdam was introduced in the summer of this year, after a full 33 years break, and flights between the two cities operated daily during the peak summer season.
Given the excellent interest from passengers, KLM plans to operate between Dubrovnik and Amsterdam twice a day and 14 times a week next summer, while maintaining two daily flights to Zagreb and as many as three daily flights to Split.
In the peak of the summer season next year, KLM will have as many as 7 daily and 49 weekly flights to Croatia. Given the quality of service and the wide network of destinations of this airline and its main hub in Amsterdam, there is no doubt that next summer this airline will bring a significant number of tourists to Croatian airports.