January 24, 2020: In summer 2020, Air France will considerably expand its presence on the Croatian market, with the year becoming its third consecutive year of growth in the country.
The French carrier will boost frequencies on services from Paris to Zagreb, Dubrovnik, and Split. It will commence a second daily flight between Paris and Zagreb from May 5, maintaining a morning and evening departure out of Charles de Gaulle Airport to the Croatian capital. Both daily services will be run by A320-family. At the same time, Croatia Airlines will continue to operate one daily flight between the two cities.
Air France will resume its seasonal service between Paris and Dubrovnik on March 29. Flights will initially run twice per week, up from one last year, before increasing to daily in mid-July, representing an increase of two additional weekly flights. Air France will also resume seasonal services from Paris to Split which were inaugurated last year. Operations will commence on July 14 and will be maintained up to six times per week, up from three weekly flights in 2019. In total, Air France will run an additional five weekly rotations to the Croatian coast this summer.
Delta Air Lines and KLM will codeshare on all of Air France’s flights to Croatia, while Kenya Airways, Croatia Airlines and Flybe have their codes on the carrier’s services to and from Zagreb. Air France said the Croatian coast is becoming more and more popular with tourists.