Luxair commenced a weekly (Saturday) service between Luxembourg and Bol on the Croatian island of Brac on 19 May, a service which will run until 13 October. These facts were creatively highlighted on the latter airport’s route launch cake. The carrier will operate the 1,064-kilometre sector using its fleet of Q400s.
- Luxair commenced flights on its latest route on 19 May, with the carrier linking its home market of Luxembourg (LUX) with Bol (BWK) on the Croatian island of Brac. The airline will serve the 1,064-kilometre sector weekly (Saturdays) using its fleet of Q400s until 13 October, with the route not expecting to face any direct competition this summer season. While it’s results for 2017 have not yet been released, Luxair is a carrier which has steadily expanded in recent years, having also recently added Enfidha and Reykjavik/Keflavik to its network. The airline handled 1.84 million passengers in 2016 based on its annual report for that year, with this being a 56% increase versus the 1.18 million passengers that flew with the carrier in 2009.