Delta Air Lines is counting down to the start of its new service to Dubrovnik (Croatia) on Friday, July 2, offering more options for travel this summer.
Croatia is the first new European country to which Delta will begin service since the start of the pandemic. The airline will operate four weekly nonstop services between Dubrovnik and New York-JFK, with departures on Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Flights are operated in conjunction with Delta’s European partners Air France, KLM and Virgin Atlantic.
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“Our flights to Dubrovnik are proving popular as our U.S. customers seek new experiences now that the world is reopening for international travel,” said Delta’s Thomas Brandt, Manager – Regional Sales, at an event at Dubrovnik City Hall on Tuesday. “We’re proud to be supporting Croatia’s tourism recovery while also ensuring a safe travel environment in line with the country’s requirement for proof of vaccination or a negative test for all customers before they board the flight.”
Customers flying from Croatia can connect at Delta’s JFK hub to more than 30 cities across the U.S. within four hours of arrival, enabling them to reach their final destination the same day.
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