Air France, KLM introducing additional flights from Croatia to Amsterdam, Paris

ZAGREB, 29 May (Hina) – Air France and the Dutch KLM will have additional flights to Amsterdam and Paris from Croatia this pre-В and main season, with Air France introducing four additional flights from Paris to Zagreb, while KLM is adding extra flights to Dubrovnik, the airlines said on Wednesday.

Air France will increase the frequency of flights during the pre-season, with daily Zagreb-Paris flights and additional flights on Thursdays and Sundays. During the peak season, as of 8 July, Air France will have 11 weekly flights, including four additional Paris-Zagreb flights, resulting in double daily flights on the Paris-Zagreb route four days a week.

KLM will add more flights to Dubrovnik this summer. Split and Dubrovnik will have coordinated flight schedules. In the off-season, KLM will operate two daily flights to Split, with a late arrival and an early morning departure to Amsterdam the next day.

The start of seven additional weekly Dubrovnik-Amsterdam flights has been moved up to 2 July 2 from 15 July. This change will provide 4,000 additional seats on the route. From 2 July, a late night flight to Dubrovnik will be added, departing the next morning for Amsterdam. KLM plans to operate this route up to 16 times a week.

By utilising all AFKL flights this summer, along with increased capacity to Split and Dubrovnik, passengers via Paris and Amsterdam will have access to various European and global destinations, including North and South America, Mexico, Asia, and Africa, it was said.