The Polish airline will operate three weekly flights to the Croatian city.
Today it was announced that the airline LOT Polish Airlines will fly to the city of Dubrovnik from May 2018. The flights will be part of the seasonal service due to the European summer and will link the Warsaw-Chopin Airport (WAW), in Poland, with the Dubrovnik Airport (DBV), in Croatia.
The route will be operated three times a week, starting on May 3, 2018, and will join the seasonal routes that the airline will also operate to the cities of Pula and Zadar.
LOT Polish Airlines currently operates scheduled flights between Warsaw and the Croatian cities of Zagreb and Split.
Dubrovnik, located on the shores of the Adriatic Sea, is an important holiday resort that attracts thousands of tourists every year for its beaches and stunning landscapes surrounded by the Dinaric Alps. The city has a unique architectural style and a wide range of options in tours, gastronomy and nightlife.