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LOT to fly to Dubrovnik four times a week this winter LOT to fly to Dubrovnik four times a week this winter

More flights than ever before to Dubrovnik this winter - new connections from Warsaw

By  Oct 05, 2018

Dubrovnik will have another flight connection this winter as the tourist season slowly but surely pushes into the off season. For the first time ever Dubrovnik will be connected to Poland this winter with the Polish national airline, LOT, confirming that they will fly direct from Warsaw to Dubrovnik throughout the winter months.

“The Dubrovnik Tourist Board is working hard on extending the season into the winter months and this is clear from our slogan – Dubrovnik A City For All Seasons,” commented the director of the Dubrovnik Tourist Board, Romana Vlašić to The Dubrovnik Times.


This new line from LOT started flying in May this year with six flights a week. And it is now extended to the entire winter flight schedule from November 2018 until the end of March 2019. On this line in the winter period there will be four flights a week, or more precisely - Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

“This winter Dubrovnik will have direct flights connections with seven European cities throughout the winter, never before have we had so many flights through the winter. LOT will fly for the first time to Dubrovnik in the winter, four times a week, and this connection is important not only for the tourists that will come from Poland but also for connecting flights through Warsaw,” added Vlašić.

Apart from Warsaw with LOT airlines Dubrovnik will also have direct flights this winter to London, Barcelona, Rome, Frankfurt, Istanbul and Madrid. And as Vlašić emphasized the Dubrovnik Tourist Board, along with Dubrovnik Airport, is working intensively to attract even more flights for next year.

LOT has already opened reservations and tickets sales online and according to information bookings are going well. A single ticket from Dubrovnik to Warsaw starts at around 70 Euros and the flight time is two hours.

The Voice of Dubrovnik


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