Volotea Flights to Split and Dubrovnik Airports

For summer 2022, Volotea, the Spanish low-cost airline is introducing 14 scheduled flights to two Dubrovnik and Split airports. When the summer flight schedule starts, which is in late March, Split, and Dubrovnik will be connected with France, Italy, and Greece. Although the company planned more lines to Split and Dubrovnik in earlier years, the start … Read more

Busy Year for Jadrolinija’s Ferry Lines to Peljesac and Islands

1.33 million passengers were transported on ferry lines to Peljesac Jadrolinija, the largest and state-owned ferry company in Croatia transported more than 1.33 million passengers and almost 473 000 vehicles in 2021, on three of the most popular ferry lines, all connecting Peljesac with the Croatian mainland and nearby island of Korcula and Mljet. According … Read more

KLM to introduce more daily flights to Dubrovnik

The Dutch KLM, a member of the SkyTeam alliance, plans to introduce additional flights to Dubrovnik Airport next summer Croatian Aviation reports. The world’s oldest airline, the Dutch KLM, will soon officially announce the summer flight schedule, which will include news for the Croatian market with a significant increase in the number of weekly flights … Read more

Dubrovnik Airport expects more traffic in 2022

80 % more traffic expected in 2022 to Dubrovnik Airport According to the projected figures of Dubrovnik Airport, for the upcoming 2022 season, the air traffic and the number of flights are expected to rise with 4.7 million seats allocated for departure and arrivals for Dubrovnik. The flights to Dubrovnik are continued this year by … Read more

British Airways to Resume London Gatwick-Dubrovnik Flights from Next April

The British national airline, British Airways, has announced the reintroduction of scheduled flights between Dubrovnik and London Gatwick Airport, Croatian Aviation reports. British Airways will have two flights to Dubrovnik next summer, both from London, from two different airports – from Heathrow and from Gatwick. The line between Heathrow and Dubrovnik was in operation last … Read more

Supava Tunnel

The excavation of the last tunnel on the access roads of the Pelješac Bridge has been completed The 1290 meter long Supava Tunnel was successfully breakthrough at the beginning of November this year. The tunnel is part of the Ston bypass, part of the access road to the Peljesac Bridge, which is expected to open … Read more

Polakovica Tunnel

The third tunnel breakthrough in the Peljesac project, Polakovica tunnel, near Ston town, is completed in July 2021. The Greek company Avax successfully completed the excavation of the 1242 meters long Polakovica tunnel. The tunnel is part of the 4th phase of the Ston bypass and, together with the Ston bridge and the Supava tunnel, … Read more

Kamenice tunnel

Works began on Kamenice Tunnel @ Peljesac Bridge The works began on the excavation of the Kamenice tunnel. With a length of 499 meters, this is the shortest tunnel of the project and the second tunnel on the routes of access roads to the Peljesac Bridge. The previously excavated tunnel Debeli Brijeg is 2.4 km … Read more

Debeli Brijeg Tunnel

Boring of the tunnel on Peljesac Bridge project begin In April 2020 workers of the Strabag company began boring the main tube of the 2,467-metre-long Debeli Brijeg tunnel, which is part of the second section of an access road to the Peljesac Bridge. The section is 12.1 km long and Strabag is building 10.46 km … Read more