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Fly to Croatia with airberlin in summer 2016

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Tatjana Obrazcova

airberlin is expanding its route network to include Croatia and will operate four new services to the popular holiday destination next summer. airberlin is therefore responding to the increased demand for holidays on the Croatian Adriatic coast.

From mid-May 2016 airberlin will operate weekly flights from Berlin-Tegel and Düsseldorf to Split and Dubrovnik. From late June there will be a second weekly service to Split from both cities. Then during the peak tourist season there will be a flight every Wednesday and Sunday from Berlin and Düsseldorf to Split and every Saturday to Dubrovnik, in addition to the current weekly flight from Nuremberg to Split.

Increasing numbers of tourists are discovering Croatia as a holiday destination. The country on the Adriatic coast boasts a number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Old Town of Dubrovnik. Nature-lovers are also catered for: Croatia has a total of eight national and eleven nature parks. The new airberlin flights can also be booked in combination with each other, for example the outward flight to Split and the return flight from Dubrovnik.

The flights can now be booked online at airberlin.com, via the airline’s Service Centre (tel.: +49 (0)30 3434 3434, local rates apply) or via a travel agent.

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