Dubrovnik Airport welcomed the arrival of Transavia on 21 April when it launched thrice-weekly flights from Amsterdam and twice-weekly (Thursdays and Sundays) flights from Paris Orly. Passengers on the first flight were greeted with refreshments on arrival. Transavia will launch a third route to Dubrovnik from Munich on 30 May.
- Transavia launched seven services between the 21 and 24 April, starting on the former date with a 1,281-kilometre connection between Amsterdam (AMS) and Dubrovnik (DBV). On the same day the airline also linked the Croatian resort with Paris Orly (ORY). Two of the carrier’s seven new routes means that it now serves the UK market, with connections from Orly to Edinburgh (EDI) and London Luton (LTN) being launched on 22 April. Of the carrier’s new services, three will face direct competition according to OAG Schedules Analyser data, while both services from the UK to Orly will face indirect competition. Air France and easyJet connect the Scottish capital to Paris CDG while the latter carrier also connects Luton to the French capital’s largest airport. As a result of Transavia launching flights on the lucrative London to Paris city pair, it will command 6.2% of seats between the two cities based on overall seats in May. See how Dubrovnik Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.
||easyJet (2), Croatia Airlines (1)
|Paris Orly (ORY)
|London Luton (LTN)
||Aegean Airlines (1), Jetairfly (1)
|Source: OAG Schedules Analyser data for w/c 3 May 2016.