Norwegian has resumed seasonal routes to Croatia

Norwegian air carrier Norwegian (DY/NAX) resumed flight operations on seasonal routes to Croatia, with the first flight from Helsinki to Split on Wednesday, March 30th. 

Norwegian has significantly reduced flight operations all over the world after the pandemic started. All intercontinental routes were completely discontinued and European routes were reduced to minimum. Croatian routes were significantly reduced as well during the last two years, and only few main routes from Scandinavian capitals to Dubrovnik and Split were operated. 

For this year Norwegian has announced many more flights and routes comparing to last two years. Most of the routes from Scandinavian destinations to Croatia will be resumed again. Other pre-pandemic routes from non-Scandinavian destinations to Split and Dubrovnik are not offered at all. 

Announced routes for Summer 2022 timetable:

  • Dubrovnik – Bergen
  • Dubrovnik – Copenhagen
  • Dubrovnik – Helsinki
  • Dubrovnik – Oslo (Gardermoen Airport)
  • Dubrovnik – Stanavger
  • Dubrovnik – Stockholm (Arlanda Airport)
  • Pula – Helsinki
  • Pula – Oslo (Gardermoen Airport)
  • Pula – Stockholm (Arlanda Airport)
  • Split – Bergen
  • Split – Copenhagen
  • Split – Helsinki
  • Split – Oslo (Gardermoen Airport)
  • Split – Stanavger
  • Split – Stockholm (Arlanda Airport)
  • Split – Trondheim
  • Zagreb – Copenhagen