Together with the time change, flight timetables are changing as well. Summer 2022 timetable has started on Sunday 27th, and at the same time, flight operations on seasonal routes were resumed to many Croatian airports.
At Zagreb Airport flight operations were resumed on the seasonal route from Madrid operated by Spanish flag air carrier Iberia (IB/IBE). Portugese flag air carrier TAP Portugal (TP/TAP) has resumed sesonal flights on the route from Lisbon. Irish low-cost air carrier Ryanair (FR/RYR) has started flight operations on two new routes from Zagreb to Bratislava and Brindisi.
The first arrival to Dubrovnik Airport was from Vienna, operated by Irish low-cost air carrier Ryanair (FR/RYR), and later during the day, there was a second arrival on seasonal route from Dublin. UK low-cost air carrier EasyJet (U2/EZY) followed with resumption of seasonal routes from London (Gatwick Airport), Amsterdam and Bristol. UK flag air carrier British Airways (BA/BAW) has resumed flight operations on seasonal route from London (Heathrow Airport) and Austrian flag air carrier Austrian Airlines (OS/AUA) from Vienna. Dutch flag air carrier KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KL/KLM) has resumed flights on seasonal route from Amsterdam and Spanish air carriers Iberia (IB/IBE) and Vueling (VY/VLG) resumed seasonal flights on routes from Madrid and Barcelona. In evening hours Polish flag air carrier LOT Polish Airlines (LO/LOT) has resumed flight operations on seasonal route from Warsaw.
The first day of summer timetable in Split was mostly in orange colours because of UK low-cost air carrier EasyJet (U2/EZY). They have resumed flight operations on seasonal routes to Split from Geneva, Basel, London (Gatwick Airport), Bristol, Glasgow and Berlin. Same as in Dubrovnik, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KL/KLM) has resumed flight operations on seasonal route from Amsterdam, and Austrian Airlines (OS/AUA) from Vienna. In the late evening Ryanair (FR/RYR) has resumed flight operations on seasonal route from Dublin to Split.
Zadar summer seasonal operations were resumed only by Ryanair (FR/RYR) on 8 routes, from: Düsseldorf (Niederrhein – Weeze Airport), Edinburgh, Marseille, Vienna, Eindhoven, Stockholm (Arlanda Airport), Budapest and Dublin. The first Ryanair’s aircraft this year was based at Zadar Airport, an Airbus A320 with 9H-LOZ registration (in the picture).
Rijeka Airport welcomed the first flights of Ryanair (FR/RYR) on the seasonal routes from Brussels (Charleroi Airport), London (Stansted Airport) and Stockholm (Arlanda Airport).
Pula Airport had only one resumed flight of Ryanair (FR/RYR) on the seasonal route from London (Stansted Airport)