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  • Joe Breitfeller

Iberia Expands Service to Dubrovnik, Zagreb and Split in Croatia for Summer 2021

Iberia continues to expand their European network for summer 2021 with more flights to Dubrovnik, Zagreb and Spilt in Croatia. In July, the carrier will offer up to 10 weekly flights to Dubrovnik, up to four daily flights to Zagreb and up to three weekly flights to Split.

Iberia Airbus A320neo - Courtesy Iberia/Airbus

On Tuesday (June 15, 2021), Iberia announced an expansion of their summer 2021 schedule with added service to Dubrovnik, Zagreb and Split in Croatia. During June, the airline will offer five weekly flights to Dubrovnik on the Croatian coast, which will expand to up to 10 weekly flights in July and up to two daily flights in August. Flights to the Croatian capital of Zagreb will operate three times daily in June and September, up to four times daily in July and up to seven times daily in August. Iberia’s service to Split, a popular destination on the Dalmatian coast of Croatia, will be offered three times weekly in June and July, seven times in August and four in September. Split is a UNESCO world heritage site, famous for its fortress-shaped complex and beautiful beaches.

Iberia Expands Summer 2021 Service to Dubrovnik, Zagreb and Split in Croatia - Courtesy Iberia

Iberia is offering roundtrip flights to all three Croatian destinations from only €98. Additionally, customers can combine flights to go to one city and depart from another, facilitating a tour of the entire country. For additional peace of mind when booking, Iberia allows free ticket changes in the event of unforeseen events caused by COVID-19. Prior to travel, the airline recommends that customers review destination entry requirements by visiting or by clicking here.

Source: Iberia

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