At the end of June, S7 Airlines will start flying from Moscow to the cities of Split and Zadar (Croatia). This was reported on May 24 by the airline’s press service.
Flights in both directions will be operated weekly – to Split from June 25th on Fridays, and to Zadar from June 26th on Saturdays. Round trip ticket prices start from 23 and 20 thousand rubles, respectively.
As a reminder, tourists from Russia can enter Croatia from the beginning of April if they have a PCR test, or a certificate of a previous illness (valid for 6 months), or a certificate of vaccination with any vaccine, including Sputnik V. In addition, at customs, passengers will need to present a paid hotel reservation. A visa to the country can be obtained from the beginning of April. It is possible to take a PCR test upon arrival.
At the moment, Nordwind (twice a week) and Aeroflot (3 times a week) fly to the Croatian capital from Russian airlines. The latter also operates flights to Dubrovnik (from 23 thousand rubles) and Pula (from 24 thousand rubles) twice a week.
On the market, the news of the expansion of transportation was received positively. True, there is no need to talk about the full-fledged sending of tourists on vacation to Croatia because of the status of flights: at the moment, only cargo-passenger flights are possible to the country. However, travel agencies have long found a way to bypass this limitation.
Only important. For the pros only.