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Rome to Dubrovnik

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Rome to Dubrovnik

Hi all,

In need of some help.

We are looking at flying from Rome to Dubrovnik in April.

The first flight is with Darwin and is scheduled to land in Zagreb at 9.50am.

The second flight is with Croatian and is due to depart Zagreb at 10.35am.

This gives us only 45 minutes to get the connecting flight.

Has anyone travelled this route before that could offer some advice as to whether this is enough time or not?

Thanks : )

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1. Re: Rome to Dubrovnik

You need two hours to transit flights.

Have you checked www.croatiaairlines.com flights Rome to Dubrovnik

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2. Re: Rome to Dubrovnik

If these flights are on separate itineraries, as they seem to be, you need more than two hours, because if the first flight is late, and you miss the second flight, your ticket will probably be worthless.

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