Delta will start flights to Croatia this summer

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New nonstop service from New York-JFK to Dubrovnik will launch July 2.

As the pandemic crisis is subsiding, airlines are finally bouncing back and offering more services in their pockets. As a result, Delta will offer a new destination this summer. Four times weekly nonstop service to Dubrovnik (DBV) from New York’s JFK. This way, Delta is joining other carriers that already announced flights Croatia: also in July, United will offer new direct flights from New York-Newark.

Even though the number of flights around the world is picking up, many regions are still experiencing reduced number of flights. However, Croatia welcomes fully vaccinated travellers, have a negative PCR test or proof of recent COVID-19 recovery. The JFK-DBV route marks the first time Delta has operated service directly to Croatia.  

Flights to Croatia will operate on the 226-seat Boeing 767-300, featuring full-flat Delta One beds and Delta Comfort+ service. In addition to Croatia, Delta will offer more flights to other open-air destinations, like Greece and Iceland.

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