Photo: Norwegian air Norwegian airline two times a week will connect Oslo and Dubrovnik te Oslo and Split, until once a week to connect Split with Copenhagen and Stockholm. As of July 1, Norwegian air will reconnect Scandinavia with Split and Dubrovnik, the CNTB reports. “The new airlines, which will start on July 1, will contribute to a larger number of arrivals from the Scandinavian market, especially in Dalmatia, which is traditionally a favorite part of Croatia for Scandinavian guests, ” pointed out the director of the CNTB, Kristjan Staničić. “After the decision that the Swedes can travel outside their country from June 30, tour operators have launched a campaign to book a trip to Croatia with their charter flights, so Apollo and TUI plan to share a plane to Split.”, Said the director of the CNTB in Sweden, Vedran Sušić, emphasizing that it is in the Swedish daily newspaper Expressen announced that the Swedish government will lift the travel ban in two groups of countries as of June 30. The ban for the first group will be lifted on June 30, and for the second at the end of August, with Croatia included in the first group of countries.
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