Iberia will resume flights to the Croatian city of Dubrovnik from Monday (June 13th). The Spanish national carrier will fly to Dubrovnik three times a week, on Mondays, Saturdays and Sundays, until September 26.
Iberia flies to Dubrovnik during the summer season since 2009. The flights are scheduled to offer its passengers connecting flights to its whole network, especially in Spain and America.
The airline will offer nearly 18,000 seats on the route Madrid-Dubrovnik this year. The flights will be operated by aircraft of the A320 family that can carry up to 171 people.
The airline will also resume its non-stop flights to Zagreb from July 2nd. Flights will be operated twice a week, on Saturdays and Sundays, until September 18th.
Iberia offers its customers the possibility to combine flights to both Dubrovnik and Zagreb, giving them more options to visit Croatia.