Croatia welcomes coming Nordic invasion

Limitless Airways targets Split from four Nordic cities
The Nordic countries are among Dalmatia’s most important growing tourism markets, Total Croatia News reports, and this will continue with the arrival of Limitless Airways in Split.
Limitless Airways is a charter carrier based in Rijeka, Croatia, launched by Swedish tour operator Scandjet. Central Dalmatia is welcoming the news of the charter airline’s first flights to Split.
Last year the airline operated flights to Rijeka and recently revealed its first charter to Dubrovnik from Gothenburg. Now it has added four routes to the Dalmatian capital Split from Gothenburg, Stockholm, Kalmar and Karlstat. The first flights, from both Stockholm and Gothenburg, will begin on May 15 and end on October 2. The Kalmar and Karlstat flights are on select dates in July only.
Aerocroatia / Total Croatia News


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