A stunning historic city, beautiful beaches, and an important port. Dubrovnik, which is often considered the most beautiful city in Croatia, offers all of this.
The journey to the south of Dalmatia will become easier this year thanks to the new route operated by Croatia Airlines from Prague to Dubrovnik every Thursday until mid-October.
In addition, the carrier will also offer two flights a week to Split.
“I am pleased that this year, thanks to Croatia Airlines, we will offer passengers more flights from Prague Airport to the Adriatic Sea. Croatia has long been one of the most popular destinations for Czech tourists, so expanding the range of flights for the summer holiday season is a logical choice,” Jaroslav Filip, Prague Airport Aviation Business Director, said.
Airbus aircraft for 144 or 174 passengers will operate the Dubrovnik route every Thursday, while the Split route will be serviced as frequently as twice a week, on Mondays and Saturdays, using the Dash 8-Q400 aircraft with a capacity of 76 passengers.
“I believe that many Czechs will use this fastest connection with the Croatian part of the Adriatic and that our flights will provide them with additional motivation to explore the natural, historical, and cultural attractions of the city of Dubrovnik,” Slaven Žabo, Croatia Airlines Commercial Director, added.
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