Starting on July 19, Air France, the French flag carrier, will launch direct seasonal flights between Dubrovnik and the airline's global hub Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, the company said in a press release on Thursday.
Air France’s Airbus A319 planes will fly between the French capital and the southern Adriatic city of Dubrovnik twice a week, until September 1, the end of the summer season.
Dubrovnik is certainly one of the most attractive destinations in Croatia, which Air France has recognised, and is now establishing a direct line, the company said.
With the establishing of the seasonal flights, local tourists and travellers can fly the Air France airline to Paris, and from there, to the rest of the world, they added.
Air France – KLM is member of the Skyteam global airline alliance, made up of 20 airlines, offering more than 16,000 daily flights to over a 1,000 destinations in 179 countries around the world.