Turkish national airline – Turkish Airlines had open sales on the Istanbul-Dubrovnik route for August, but there are no more flights on offer now – Croatian Aviation reports.
Turkish Airlines launched a line between Istanbul and Zagreb at the beginning of July, and it currently operates in a reduced form, only five times a week.
The second line of this well-known airline in Croatia is the one to Dubrovnik, which operates throughout the year, in winter with a smaller number of weekly flights. In the summer of 2018, there were as many as 11 weekly flights on the line between Istanbul and Dubrovnik – Croatian Aviation writes.
The company stopped traffic on this line at the time of the pandemic outbreak and has not yet re-established it. Given that the start of traffic has been delayed several times, there is a very high probability that Turkish Airlines will not return to Dubrovnik Airport so soon.
As Croatian Aviation reports, direct flights on this route are now available for booking from September 1st this year, but there is a high possibility that they will be completely canceled.