This summer season Dubrovnik will be directly connected with the capital of Russia, Moscow, three times a week. The Russian carrier S7 airlines have announced that they will boost the number of flights to Dubrovnik for this year. S7 airlines, a member of the Oneworld Alliance, flew to Dubrovnik once a year in 2012 and have decided to increase that to three times a week on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday.
The Russian airline had previously announced that they would increase the number of connections to Pula in Istria but this operation has been cancelled and the extra flights will connect Dubrovnik with the Moscow airport Domodedovo.
This connection from Moscow to Dubrovnik proved very popular last year with more Russians than even before visiting Dubrovnik. The new flights start on the 4th of June and cover all of the tourist season the flight time from Moscow to Dubrovnik is approximately 3 and a ½ hours. S7 is the third largest airline in Russia with a fleet of 51 airplanes and has recently surpassed Aeroflot as the largest domestic carrier
Tickets can be purchased online at the S7 website: http://www.s7.ru/en