Dalmatian (Split) has announced it will début its maiden operations on June 30 with flights from Zagreb Franjo Tuđman to Stuttgart Manfred Rommel in Germany. Contrary to previous reports, the start-up has now reportedly sourced an A320-200 to service its route network.

EX-YU Aviation News reports the Croat Low Cost Carrier will also launch services to Rome Fiumicino, Hamburg Helmut Schmidt, and Zurich on the same date with Düsseldorf, Geneva, Sofia, Milan Malpensa, Prague Václav Havel, and Warsaw Chopin to roll out on July 1.

A seasonal Larnaca flight will begin on July 26 and operate until October 1.

Dalmatian is the second Croat start-up to launch operations during this year's summer season with Air Croatia (Zagreb Franjo Tuđman) having started flights flights to Gothenburg Landvetter on June 14 using a wet-leased CSA Czech Airlines (OK, Prague Václav Havel) A319-100.