The Spanish low-fare airline Vueling this year, for the first time, continued to fly on two lines to Dubrovnik and during the winter flying schedule. Two lines from Dubrovnik to Barcelona and Rome (Fiumicino - Leonardo da Vinci airport) have two flights per week. Aircraft fullness on these winter lines was 64 percent, while two flights in January this year were completely sold out. This is the data for the period from October 29th last year to February 3rd this year. There were 47 flights arriving and 47 flights departing during that period, all with Airbus A320 aircraft.
Although in the summer schedule that begins on March 25thVueling has not announced any new line for Croatia, yet the planned lines will be boosted – Avioradar reports.
The two lines from Dubrovnik remain at the same number of operations in the heart of the season, which is the same as last year. For Barcelona 12 flights per week are announced, but certain flights in the heart of the season start with traffic earlier than last year when they started flying in August, while this year they are starting in July. There are 7 flights per week on the Rome line, which is the same as last year, but in the pre-season and the post-seasons 4 flights per week are planned, or one flight per week more than at the same period last year.
Split on the line from Barcelona has announced 2 flights a week more in the heart of the season, so the last year's daily flights will receive double rotation on Tuesdays and Sundays. On the line from Split to Rome, 13 flights a week were announced in the heart of the season or one flight per week more than last year. Same as in the case of Dubrovnik, the flights begin with operations earlier, as early as July. The third line, Split - Florence, remains the same as last year with one flight per week every Friday from June to September.
The remaining lines of the Vueling from Zadar for Barcelona and Rome, and from Zagreb for Barcelona have the same number of flights as last year.