Nonstop flights between Scandinavia and Croatia have been announced for the summer. Here are the routes

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Here’s where you can fly direct from Scandinavia to Croatia this summer.

Norwegians’ voted Croatia the second most-coveted holiday destination for 2021. And we come bearing good news!

SAS, Norwegian, TUI, and Nova Airways are about to kick off direct routes between Scandinavia and Croatia for the summer.

Traveling from Scandinavia to Dubrovnik, Croatia

These are SAS’ planned routes to Dubrovnik:

  • Copenhagen – Dubrovnik: weekly on Mondays, starting June 28
  • Stockholm – Dubrovnik: weekly on Sundays, starting June 27

In July, SAS plans to increase its number of flights to Dubrovnik.

These are Norwegian’s planned routes to Dubrovnik:

  • Stockholm – Dubrovnik: three flights a week, on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays, starting June 28
Dubrovnik, Croatia
Dubrovnik, Croatia. Photo: Stuart Claggett / Unsplash

Traveling from Scandinavia to Pula, Croatia

These are SAS’ planned routes to Pula:

  • Copenhagen – Pula: bi-weekly on Tuesdays and Sundays, starting the last week of June
  • Oslo – Pula: weekly on Mondays, starting the last week of June
  • Stockholm – Pula: bi-weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays, starting the last week of June

In July, SAS plans to increase its number of flights to Pula.

Norwegian is not flying to Pula as of now.

Pula, Croatia
Pula, Croatia. Photo: Derek Sutton / Unsplash

Traveling from Scandinavia to Split, Croatia

These are SAS’ planned routes to Split:

  • Copenhagen – Split: bi-weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays, starting June 9
  • Stockholm – Split: bi-weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays, starting June 5

In July, SAS plans to introduce a regular route between Oslo and Split.

These are Norwegian’s planned routes to Split:

  • Copenhagen – Split: daily, at the end of June
  • Oslo – Split: three times a week on Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays, starting June 17
  • Stockholm – Split: bi-weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays, starting June 5

From the end of June, Norwegian also plans to introduce daily flights between Split and Stockholm.

These are TUI’s planned routes to Split:

  • Stockholm – Split: weekly, starting June 4

These are Nova Airways’ planned routes to Split:

  • Gothenburg – Split – Stockholm: regular charter route, starting beginning of June
Split, Croatia
Split, Croatia. Photo: Spencer Davis / Unsplash

Traveling from Scandinavia to Zadar, Croatia

These are Ryanair’s planned routes to Zadar:

  • Gothenburg – Zadar: bi-weekly on Tuesdays and Fridays, starting at the end of June

Starting in July, Ryanair is planning as many as four flights a week on this route.

In July, Ryan is planning as many as four flights a week between Gothenburg and Zadar. Flights from Stockholm and Aarhus to Zadar will also be available from July.

Zadar, Croatia
Zadar, Croatia. Photo: Filip Filipović / Pixabay

Traveling from Scandinavia to Zagreb, Croatia

These are Croatia Airlines’ planned routes to Zagreb:

  • Copenhagen – Zagreb: daily, starting in June

These are Ryanair’s planned routes to Zagreb:

  • Gothenburg – Zagreb: three flights a week, starting July 23
  • Oslo Torp – Zagreb: bi-weekly, starting in September
  • Malmö – Zagreb: bi-weekly, starting in September

Norwegian connected Copenhagen and Zagreb in previous years, but no routes have been announced for this year.

Zagreb, Croatia
Zagreb, Croatia. Photo: Predrag Kezic / Pixabay

Croatia’s other international airports in Rijeka, Osijek, and Brač currently have no routes scheduled to or from Scandinavia.

Navigate traveling with our guide to airports in Norway and this guide to airports in Croatia.

Source: #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayTravel

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