Daily flights from Dubrovnik to Moscow could be a possibility this summer season 2016. The Russian based Red Wings Airlines recently applied to the Croatian Air Transport Agency for a licence to operate flights to Dubrovnik, Pula and Split. And according to reports by the Russian news agency RIA, and the licence has been granted opening up the possibility of daily flights from the Russian capital to Dubrovnik.
Red Wings Alliance, which is based in Moscow's Domodedovo airport, was founded in 1999. According to their website the airline “performs year-round charter flights to the most popular tourist destinations.” The airline has been given permission to operate daily flights between Dubrovnik and Moscow and Pula and Moscow. Whilst from Split to Moscow they have been granted five flights a week. But as Red Wings website is only in Russian we can predict that the flow of tourists will be one-way.