Turkish Airlines, a member of the global airline carrier Star Alliance, will in the summer of 2018 upgrade its operations on the Dubrovnik-Istanbul (Kemal Ataturk Airport) line – Avioradar reports.
Traffic on this line started in May 2016 with 3 flights per week. Last summer there were 9 flights a week, and for the summer of 2018, a total of 11 flights a week is announced. Morning flights are planned every day except Wednesdays while the afternoon flights are scheduled every working day.
The second line of Turkish Airlines to Croatia, Zagreb - Istanbul, as well as last year, is planned with 14 flights per week, or more precisely two flights a day, one in the morning and the other in the evening. Both lines are in code-share cooperation with Croatia Airlines (OU / CTN), a partner from Star Alliance, which also sells these lines under its labels.