Air France’s twice-weekly (Thursdays and Saturdays) operation from Paris CDG to Dubrovnik will face direct competition from Croatia Airlines which flies the city pair five times weekly. The seasonal sector will operate until early September.
- Air France has added yet more routes to its Paris CDG (CDG) hub this week, as well as fresh links to Lebanon from Marseille (MRS) and Nice (NCE). The longest sector is the 2,818-kilometre route from Marseille to Beirut (BEY), whereas the shortest city pair is a link from CDG to Ibiza (IBZ), at 1,130 kilometres. The average sector length of all five services is 1,887 kilometres, while the mean weekly frequency is 3.0. Only one route, namely CDG to Bari (BRI), will not see the SkyTeam carrier facing direct competition. Both sectors to Beirut were previously offered by Air France, with flights from Marseille last operated in S15; it last provided services from Nice in S94. See how Dubrovnik Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.
||Paris CDG (CDG)
||Vueling (6), TUIfly Belgium (1)
||Croatia Airlines (5)
||Aigle Azur (2)
||Middle East Airlines (7)
|Source: OAG Schedules Analyser w/c 24 July. WF = Weekly frequencies.