Croatia Airlines adds seasonal flights from Pula Airport to Frankfurt Airport.
As Croatia readies up for accession to the European Union, all of the country’s airports expect a busy summer. But as half of Pula Airport’s traffic concentrates in two months only, it needs to work harder on attracting year-round services.
As Croatia readies up for the EU accession, its flag carrier prepares for a busy summer with six new routes in the pipeline, as it struggles to recover financially.
Croatia’s summer traffic is booming in Dubrovnik, Pula, Split and Zadar; Zagreb welcomed Qatar Airways in May
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Jat Airways begins twice-weekly flights from Belgrade to Pula; route last served in 2009.
Japan’s new low-cost airline Peach celebrated winning anna.aero’s Route of the Week award for its recently launched first international route, while two European airports baked cakes for two different celebrations. Pula Airport welcomed another new airline, Jet2.com, to the Croatian airport, while Budapest Airport celebrated that CSA Czech Airlines has served the Hungarian capital for 75 years (!).
Nevermind Eurovision, we’re still getting photos from airlines and airports celebrating their anna.aero EURO ANNIE wins.
Jet2.com inaugurates services to Ibiza from Glasgow; starts flying to Pula and Toulouse from Manchester.
Ryanair now serves Cologne/Bonn Airport in Germany from Girona and Palma de Mallorca in Spain.
Lufthansa now flies to Pula in Croatia from Munich Airport in Germany’s Bavaria.
Lufthansa has launched new routes to Dublin, Knock, Bari, Birmingham, Bastia and Odessa.