2020 wasn’t so bright, but some good news for the next summer are announced.
SAS Scandinavian Airlines plans to introduce a new route to Croatia in 2021. Namely, it is a line between Copenhagen (Denmark) and Zadar, which was originally supposed to operate this summer, but due to the global pandemic, the airline gave up on its launch.
Days ago, SAS announced this new route for the summer of 2021. The new Denmark - Croatia route will operate twice a week, every Tuesday and Saturday.
Aside this one, SAS plans to operate to Pula, Split, and Dubrovnik from numerous Scandinavian cities: Copenhagen, Oslo, Stavanger, Gothenburg, Stockholm, Aarhus, Bergen, and Kristiansand, which is a great news for Scandinavian’s travelers.
Scandinavians love to spend their vacations on the Makarska Riviera, and airline companies already did a great job in connecting “a homeland of summer” with the northern countries.
This summer, many companies had reduced traffic, but SAS held the Split route opened with four lines; to Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo, and Gothenburg. Split airport is the closest one to the Makarska Riviera, only 60 kilometers away, and over 80% of the Scandinavian tourists come to visit Makarska, Brela or Tucepi via this route.
These routes are “two way”, so we suggest everyone to visit the wonderful Scandinavian cities. They aren’t cheap, but Copenhagen's landmarks such as Tivoli Gardens, The Little Mermaid statue, or the Amalienborg and Christiansborg palace are really worth visiting.