SkyAlps announced new routes from Italy to Brač and Zadar

Italian regional air carrier SkyAlps (BQ/SWU) recently announced two new routes from Italy to Croatia for the summer timetable of this year. For the first time in history, Verona will be connected with regular flights with Croatian airports. New announced routes will be operated from Verona to island Brač and Zadar. Both routes are offered with one flight per week, on Saturdays, starting from June to September this year. Last year’s seasonal route from Bolzano to Brač is offered for this year again, with one flight per week, on Saturdays, from June to September.

At the same time, this Italian air carrier also announced three new routes from Mostar. Flights from Mostar are offerd from April 30 to Munich (2 times per week, on Tuesdays and Fridays), Rome (2 times per week, on Thurdays and Sundays) and Verona (2 times per week, on Tuesdays and Fridays). SkyAlps currently operates 6 Bombardier Q400 planes in its fleet and 4 additional ones are planned to join the fleet soon. All of their planes are registered in Malta and main operational base is at small mountain airport in Bolzano.

BQ1972 —–6- VRN – BWK 09:00 – 10:20 08/06 – 14/09 Q400
BQ1973 —–6- BWK – VRN 15:30 – 16:50 08/06 – 14/09 Q400

BQ1980 —–6- VRN – ZAD 07:40 – 08:45 15/06 – 07/09 Q400
BQ1981 —–6- ZAD – VRN 09:30 – 10:40 15/06 – 07/09 Q400

BQ1970 —–6- BZO – BWK 08:00 – 09:25 08/06 – 14/09 Q400
BQ1971 —–6- BWK – BWK 15:00 – 16:30 08/06 – 14/09 Q400

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