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Dubrovnik Airport Expands Winter Flight Options: Perfect for Digital Nomads!


Viktor Šober, Director of Dubrovnik Airport Ruđer Bošković, has exciting news for travellers seeking winter adventures. Negotiations with airlines to bolster Dubrovnik's winter flight offerings are underway. Ryanair is set to link Dubrovnik with Vienna, Dublin, and London through direct routes. Additionally, Croatia Airlines will fly to Frankfurt, Turkish Airlines will have two flights to Istanbul per week, and EasyJet plans to fly to London until November, with discussions ongoing to extend this service into the winter season. Lot Polish will connect Warsaw and Dubrovnik twice weekly, while Vueling will offer twice-weekly flights between Dubrovnik and Barcelona. The Freebird charter program will also continue, offering more options for winter travel.

With over 20,000 flight operations expected this year, Dubrovnik Airport anticipates a 25 to 27 percent growth in passenger traffic. Larger aircraft with increased seating capacity are being utilized to accommodate the surge in demand. The airport's main markets include the United Kingdom, France, Germany, and Spain, with London being the top destination, accounting for 13 percent of traffic. EasyJet remains a key partner, contributing a quarter of total traffic. Looking ahead, the focus is on establishing additional connections with the United States, further enhancing Dubrovnik's accessibility for travellers.

For digital nomads seeking a winter retreat, Dubrovnik's expanded flight options provide the perfect opportunity to explore this enchanting destination while staying connected to the world. With a diverse range of routes and increased frequency, getting to Dubrovnik this winter has never been easier!

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