Month: November 2020

Daily Kos presidential results live coverage #1

first_img– Advertisement – Donald Trump, Joe Biden, elecciones EE. UU. (GDA via AP Images) Polls are beginning to close and Democrats across the country are torn between stress-eating and stress-vomiting. For weeks, maybe months, we’ve obsessively read the polls, the early vote counts, and the tea leaves. Now we get to read election results.Daily Kos will be following the presidential results live, and Daily Kos Elections will be following the downballot races. Join us.- Advertisement –center_img Resources:The Daily Kos Elections guide to every key presidential swing state in 2020.The Daily Kos Elections Nov. 3, 2020 poll closing times map- Advertisement –last_img read more

TikTok Ban: ByteDance Gets 15-Day Extension on US Order to Divest App, Has Until November 27

first_img– Advertisement – One big issue that has persisted is over the ownership structure of the new company, TikTok Global, which would own TikTok’s US assets.In Tuesday’s court filing, ByteDance said it submitted a fourth proposal last Friday that contemplated addressing US concerns “by creating a new entity, wholly owned by Oracle, Walmart and existing US investors in ByteDance, that would be responsible for handling TikTok’s US user data and content moderation.”Separate restrictions on TikTok from the US Commerce Department have been blocked by federal courts, including transaction curbs scheduled to take effect on Thursday that TikTok warned could effectively ban the app’s use in the United States.A Commerce Department ban on Apple and Alphabet’s Google offering TikTok for download for new US users that had been set to take effect on September 27 has also been blocked.© Thomson Reuters 2020Will Xbox Series S, PS5 Digital Edition fail in India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below. President Donald Trump in an August 14 order had directed ByteDance to divest the app within 90 days.The Trump administration contends TikTok poses national security concerns, saying the personal data of US users could be obtained by China’s government. TikTok, which has over 100 million US users, denies the allegations.Trump has said the Walmart-Oracle deal had his “blessing.”- Advertisement – The Treasury Department said on Friday the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) granted the 15-day extension to “provide the parties and the committee additional time to resolve this case in a manner that complies with the Order.”ByteDance filed a petition on Tuesday with the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia challenging the Trump administration divestiture order.ByteDance said on Tuesday CFIUS seeks “to compel the wholesale divestment of TikTok, a multibillion-dollar business built on technology developed by” ByteDance and based on the government’s review of the Chinese company’s 2017 acquisition of Musical.ly.- Advertisement – The Trump administration granted ByteDance a 15-day extension of a divestiture order that had directed the Chinese company to sell its TikTok short video-sharing app by Thursday.TikTok first disclosed the extension earlier in a court filing, saying it now has until November 27 to reach an agreement. Under pressure from the US government, ByteDance has been in talks for a deal with Walmart and Oracle to shift TikTok’s US assets into a new entity.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Newspaper says lobbying helped sink anthrax vaccine

first_img The lengthy story details how Emergent BioSolutions Inc., Rockville, Md., mounted a campaign involving more than 50 lobbyists, including former aides to Vice President Dick Cheney, to cancel the government’s $877 million contract with VaxGen Inc. of Brisbane, Calif., for a new vaccine for civilians. According to the newspaper, the company’s lobbyists argued that: The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) awarded VaxGen the contract in 2004 to produce 75 million doses of the new vaccine, or enough to vaccinate 25 million people. But the company encountered problems with the vaccine’s stability and potency, and HHS canceled the contract on Dec 19, 2006, after the problems caused VaxGen to miss a deadline for starting a clinical trial. “It wasn’t an unsurmountable problem,” Russell was quoted as saying. He had supported the VaxGen program while in government, but after leaving HHS in 2004, he didn’t advise or lobby for either company, the story said. The contract was the first and largest award under Project BioShield, a federal program designed to stimulate the production of medical countermeasures for biological weapons and related threats. The cancellation came the same day President Bush signed legislation designed to revive the $5.6 billion program, which had drawn little interest from major pharmaceutical companies. As the Times story recounts, the aim of the VaxGen contract was to provide a vaccine that would deliver protection with fewer side effects and fewer doses than Emergent’s vaccine, called Anthrax Vaccine Adsorbed (AVA), or BioThrax. That vaccine, developed in the 1950s and used by the US military, requires six doses over 18 months and annual boosters thereafter. Hundreds of US military members over the years have refused the injections. A lawsuit by some military members forced the suspension of mandatory vaccinations for much of 2004 and 2005, but the program was later resumed. HHS began buying anthrax vaccine from Emergent long before canceling VaxGen’s contract, ordering a total of 10 million doses in May 2005 and May 2006. In September of this year, HHS awarded the company a $400 million contract for 18.75 million doses. The vaccine has a 3-year shelf life. According to the Times, the federal decision to push for the acquisition of 75 million doses of a new, genetically engineered vaccine was made in late 2003. The thinking was that that amount would be enough to respond to simultaneous attacks on New York, Los Angeles, and Washington, DC, the story said. Dec 3, 2007 (CIDRAP News) – Lobbying by the maker of the only US-licensed anthrax vaccine was a key factor in causing the federal government to cancel its big contract with VaxGen Inc. for a new anthrax vaccine that was expected to be safer, according to a report published yesterday by the Los Angeles Times. But Dr. Phillip K. Russell, a vaccinologist who was a senior biodefense official in the Bush administration, said the contract cancellation was driven by politics, not national security, the Times reported. When the contract was awarded, Emergent BioSolutions officials saw it as a threat to their company’s existence and quickly launched a major lobbying campaign, according to the Times. In 2004 the company nearly tripled its spending on lobbyists, and from 2004 through June 2007 the firm paid 52 lobbyists a total of $5.29 million. Kimberly B. Root, an Emergent spokeswoman, said the company’s lobbying “ultimately served the national interest,” the Times reported. Without it, the government might not have any anthrax vaccine for civilians, she said. Bill Hall, an HHS spokesman, told the Times that HHS canceled VaxGen’s contract because of the company’s “poor performance.” In making the decision, the agency “acted as effective custodians of government finances,” he said. See also: Emergent was ready to fill a civilian stockpile, whereas VaxGen hadn’t proved it could deliver a new vaccine Emergent might stop making its vaccine if the government didn’t buy a supply for civilianscenter_img The story said Emergent and its friends in congress “ridiculed VaxGen and impugned the competence or motives of officials who supported the new vaccine.” The paper’s investigation showed that the lobbying campaign “damaged VaxGen’s credibility with members of Congress and the Bush administration.” In the spring of 2005, VaxGen determined that an aluminum additive that had been expected to increase the vaccine’s potency actually had the opposite effect, company officials told the Times. The company needed time to figure out how to fix the problem, requiring patience from federal officials. But because of Emergent’s lobbying effort, officials who had previously supported VaxGen’s effort were no longer helpful, the story said. The Times reports that VaxGen was seeing problems with the vaccine’s immunogenicity even before the company won the HHS contract in November 2004, but that complication didn’t deter HHS from making the award. The contract called for VaxGen to start delivering doses in 2 years, with the company getting no payments until then. Among Emergent’s lobbyists, the story said, were Jerome A. Hauer, a former HHS acting assistant secretary for emergency preparedness; John V. Hishta, a congressional staff member with strong ties to Republican congressional leaders; and Cesar V. Conda and Ron Christie, both of whom had been policy aides to Vice President Dick Cheney. Dec 19, 2006, CIDRAP News story “HHS cancels VaxGen anthrax vaccine contract” President Bush signed the original Project BioShield legislation in July 2004, authorizing $5.6 billion for medical countermeasures. At the time, VaxGen had been working on its anthrax vaccine for 2 years, building on earlier work by the US Army and using $100 million in grants from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. The vaccine’s active ingredient is a recombinant form of protective antigen, one of three components of the toxin produced by anthrax. The drive for a new anthrax vaccine began after the anthrax letter attacks in the fall of 2001 killed five people and sickened 17 others. Envelopes containing powdered anthrax spores were sent to two US senators’ offices and several news media offices. Hundreds of postal workers and Capitol Hill staff members were treated with antibiotics in the wake of the attacks. Calling the outcome a “dramatic failure,” Russell said that if HHS had given VaxGen a little more time, the company probably would have solved the problems with the vaccine. Nov 4, 2004, CIDRAP News story “HHS to spend $877 on new anthrax vaccine” The newspaper says Emergent BioSolutions “prevailed in a bitter struggle with a rival company that was preparing what federal health officials expected to be a superior vaccine. The episode illustrates the clout wielded by well-connected lobbyists over billions in spending for the Bush administration’s anti-terrorism program.” The lack of an anthrax vaccine stockpile meant civilians were at risk At the time, Dr. Noreen A. Hynes headed the HHS office overseeing Project Bioshield drugs and vaccines. The BioShield law allowed advance payment of up to 10% of the value of a contract. Hynes told the Times that she sought permission to make an advance payment to VaxGen, but officials “at the highest level” denied the request. Sep 26 CIDRAP News story “HHS orders 18 million doses of anthrax vaccine” Oct 31 CIDRAP News story “GAO critiques anthrax vaccine procurement, management”last_img read more

The caterers sent their specific requests to the state

first_imgAt the Forum of Zagreb Caterers, the central event where Zagreb caterers gather, a series of conclusions were presented whose goal is to create a more favorable business environment and create conditions for further raising the quality of service in the hospitality industry.The goal of the Zagreb Caterers’ Forum is to promote Croatian autochthonous dishes, the gastronomic offer of the city of Zagreb, but also to publish media problems that members of the Association of Zagreb Caterers, the organizers of the Forum, face. At the beginning of the Forum, a working part was held where the most common problems that caterers encounter in their daily work were presented. The work was attended by representatives of the Tax Administration, Sanitary Inspection, Labor Inspectorate, Fire Protection Inspectorate, Tourist Inspection, Employment Bureau with the presentation of practical examples.Some of the conclusions of the caterers towards the state were made in the working part of the Forum and were presented by Mr. Franz Letica, President of the Association of Zagreb Caterers, as follows:  lowering the VAT rate on catering and tourist services to 10%, recognizing the cost of business lunches and dinners (representation) in 100%, abolishing the consumption tax paid only by caterers, increasing the share of practical classes in catering professions and increasing quotas for foreigners workers.PHOTO: Rene KaramanAccording to the City of Zagreb, caterers also made a number of conclusions, such as the need to introduce a ban on refrigerators, freezers and similar equipment for cooling drinks and beverages at kiosks and shops, abolition of consumption taxes, reduction of utility fees and similar charges that make it difficult for caterers.After the press conference, awards were given to those who contributed to the long-term contribution to the hospitality profession, and recognition for outstanding contribution to the work of the Zagreb Restaurant Association and promoting the interests of caterers was awarded to Ms. Zdenka Valentić, former member of the Zagreb Restaurant Association.last_img read more

Chef Melkior Bašić predstavio Hrvatsku na Chefs World Summitu u Monaku

first_imgKao jedini predstavnik Hrvatske na Chefs World Summitu sudjelovao je mladi i perspektivni chef Melkior Bašić.Glavni chef a la carte restorana Alfred Keller Boutique Hotela Alhambra na otoku Lošinju, Melkior Bašić bio je sudionik panela pod nazivom „Divlja berba u okolnom području“. Najboljim chefovima iz cijeloga svijeta govorio je o autohtonom bilju i lokalnim namirnicama u kuhinji s obzirom na specifičan stil kuhanja koji njeguje. Uz chefa Melkiora Bašića, svjetski Appointment visoke gastronomije u impozantnom prostoru Grimaldi Foruma u Monaku okupio je 1500 chefova i ugostitelja iz 34 zemlje, više od 100 kulinarskih zvijezda te čak 150 ekskluzivnih brendova.U organizaciji Gault&Millau Croatia, mladi chef restorana Alfred Keller lošinjske Alhambre našao se uz bok vodećim svjetskim chefovima – Francuzima Regisu Marconu i Édouardu Loubetu, nositeljima čak pet Gault&Millau kapica i tri, odnosno dvije Michelinove zvjezdice te Španjolcu Joanu Rocu koji se može pohvaliti s tri Michelinove zvjezdice. Početak je to aktivnosti promocije hrvatske gastronomije i chefova u organizaciji Gault&Millau Croatia. Ovo je prvi put da jedan hrvatski chef sudjeluje kao panelist na ovoj kulinarskoj manifestaciji koja svake godine okuplja najbolje svjetske chefove okrunjene Michelinovim zvjezdicama, Gault&Millau kapicama i drugim prestižnim međunarodnim nagradama.”Filozofija moje kuhinje temelji se na kvalitetnim lokalnim namirnicama. Koncept počiva na tome da im tretiranjem i začinima koje koristimo uzmemo minimalno kako bi u konačnici svojim gostima osigurali maksimum okusa. Jasno definiran pristup hrani i prepoznavanje preferencija gostiju, uz neizostavnu kreativnost prilikom pripreme jela, garancija su uspješnoga rada.“, rekao je chef Melkior Bašić. Premda mlad, Melkior Bašić svoja radna iskustva u karijeri stjecao je u 96 kuhinja u Hrvatskoj i inozemstvu. Njegova specijalnost je u korištenju različitih tehnika, primjerice, minimalne termičke obrade ribe, janjetine i divljači s otoka Cresa, a kako bi se zadržala izvorna kvaliteta okusa i postigao gotovo savršen balans.Chefs World Summit 2017 održava se od 26. do 28. studenoga u Monaku pod visokim pokroviteljstvom  Nj. E. princa Alberta II. Ovogodišnja smotra najboljih chefova svijeta obogaćena je s 40 profesionalnih predavanja te zanimljivim kulinarskim radionicama, a prvoga dana Summita predstavljena je i lista 100 najboljih chefova u organizaciji magazina Le Chef.Related news: ISTRIA GOT ITS MICHELIN GUIDE<br />
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Conference on tourism: Istria yesterday, Slavonia today

first_imgGOURMET SLAVONIJA, BARANJA AND SRIJEM Program GOURMET SLAVONIJA, BARANJA AND SRIJEM1. Michelin & Gourmet Slavonia – cooking show and other workshops for caterers – gastro and eno workshops for caterers from Slavonia, Baranja and Srijem and other interested parties; themes of interpretation of tradition, tapas in the Slavonian way, season on the menu, food aesthetics, sweet Slavonia; wines of Slavonia and the Danube region; culinary final France-Croatia: French Michelin chef Lionel Levy, chef of Hotel Osijek and Croatian national football team Tomica Đukić (Russia 2018); partner Association of Chefs of Osijek-Baranja County – Ivan Đukić, Andrej Kristek; wine – Mihael Tomić, Taste of Croatia / EU project Gourmet CroatiaTime and place: 17.10. Wednesday / 10.00h – 15.00h / Museum of Taste, Osijek2. Cooking show at the Osijek market in cooperation with the Osijek Market: Osijek-Baranja County Chefs Association prepares a fresh lunch for citizens with the promotion of the philosophy “from the field to the table”, short supply chains and connections with tourism / EU project CAMARG (JU County Development Agency Osijek-Baranja County)Time and place: 18.10. Thursday / 10.00h – 12.30h / Osijek Market 3) Wine event “Evening of wine and art” (https://www.facebook.com/Vino.Umjetnost/)Time and place: 20.10. Saturday / 18.00h – 00.00h / Kazamat, Osijek 4)Gourmet week Slavonia, Baranja and Srijem according to the principle of restaurant week, menu offer with signature at lower and higher menu price (75,00kn / 120,00 kn) with wines from Slavonia and Podunavlje as two official wine regions, 19-28.10.2018.Time and place: 19.10. – 28.10.2018. / restaurants from the area of ​​Osijek-Baranja and Vukovar-Srijem counties: Restaurant of Josić winery, Winter port / Hotel Osijek, Restaurant Waldinger, Krčma kod Ruže, Hotel Đakovo, Restaurant Sokak, House of Dida Tunje and others. Slavonia is waking up more and more as a tourist every day. It is not a question of whether tourism in Slavonia will develop in 365 days and be a counterpart to the sea, but it is only a matter of time. Whether it will be in 5, 10 or 20 years, and that depends only on ourselves.One of the prerequisites is education, gathering of the profession and exchange of ideas and knowledge. This is exactly the goal of the tourist conference: Istria yesterday – today Slavonia, organized by the Voice of Slavonia, which will be held in Osijek, October 19. 2018 at 11.00 at the Museum of Taste.The conference is being held as part of a new great story, Gourmet Week – Slavonia, Baranja and Srijem (October 17-28).The intention of the organizers is to transfer the experience of those who worked in the mid-90s on the development of tourism in the interior of Istria, to people in Slavonia who are engaged in the production of indigenous products, renting apartments, family owners who are engaged in providing tourist services , hoteliers, restaurant owners, wineries, fruit brandy producers…center_img The ultimate goal would be to apply as much as possible the “recipe” of tourist success in the interior of Istria to Slavonia, Baranja and Srijem, to avoid wasting time, wandering and mistakes of people who are now engaged in some form of activities close to tourism, says Igor Mikulic, journalist and the editor of Glas Slavonije and adds: “In the interior of Istria in the mid-90s there was a demographic problem – people emigrated from rural areas and old towns in search of work. Very similar things have been happening in Slavonia, Baranja and Srijem, especially intensively for the past five years. The emigration of the population in Istria was stopped in an excellent way – with the development of tourism in its various forms – wine tourism, rural tourism, gastro, hunting, cycling lot Gradual growth of the offer, the number of guests grew… The competitiveness of the tourist offer also developed. Old, abandoned family homes were renovated by people and turned into holiday homes. At the same time, the number of producers of various products grew, such as cheeses, olive oil, various delicacies, truffle products and dishes, and especially winemakers… Producers could sell their products on the doorstep, or in tasting rooms to guests who came to them. A closed circle was formed in which everyone was satisfied – producers, caterers, hoteliers, renters and certainly guests. Today, the interior of Istria is an economically developed area where people live well. “ Mikulic points out.Participants of the conference Istria Yesterday – Today Slavonia will talk about their experiences, the problems they encountered, the ways in which they solved these problems in creating this positive story. “Tourism in Istria, as well as in Slavonia, Baranja and Srijem is not a goal, but an excellent way to reach the goal – the prosperity of the whole area “Concludes Mikulic.The conference and Gourmet week take place on the eve of the Croatian Tourism Day on Hvar, where Slavonia will be promoted as the host of DHT in 2019.Gourmet week Slavonia, Baranja and SrijemGourmet week Slavonia, Baranja and Srijem is a completely new project that would promote the gastronomic offer of this area, which is just one of the most important assets of the tourist offer. Numerous restaurants would be included in the event, and Gourmet will be promoted during the week in the east of Croatia for an extremely short journey of food from the field to the table, and certainly the Osijek market. Old and local dishes, restaurants and their offer will be promoted, and certainly the people responsible for creating these dishes.last_img read more

List of announced airlines that enable arrival in Croatia

first_imgLine Rijeka – Eindhoven it has been announced since July 02, 3 times a week, every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. AIR BALTICRiga – Rijeka once a week (Wednesday) from 17.06.Riga – Dubrovnik twice a week (Mondays and Thursdays) from 17.06.Riga – Split once a week (Wednesday) from 22.06., and from 03.07. two times a week Line Dubrovnik – Nantes will operate from July 01, 2 times a week, Wednesdays and Saturdays. EUROWINGSCologne-Zadar once a week (Saturday) from 20.06.Hamburg-Rijeka once a week (Sunday) from 21.06.Hamburg-Split twice a week (Tuesdays and Sundays) from 02.06.Düsseldorf-Split once a week (Saturday) from 20.06.Düsseldorf-Rijeka once a week (Saturday) from 20.06.Düsseldorf-Pula once a week (Saturday) from 20.06. TRANSAVIA London (Heathrow) – Zagreb, from July 09, three times a week, Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays,London (Heathrow) – Split, from July 09, four times a week, on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays,London (Gatwick) – Dubrovnik, from 16 July, three times a week, on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays. From 04 July Norwegian will fly on the line again Oslo – Split, twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays, SmartwingsPrague – Split three times a week (Monday, Wednesday and Saturday), and daily from 24.06.Katowice – Split once a week (Thursday) from 18.06.Warsaw – Split once a week (Thursday) from 18.06. According to current information, British Airways intends to launch three routes to Croatia from July, to Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik. Line Zadar – Rotterdam it is announced from July 04, 3 times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. At the end of July and the beginning of August, the introduction of more international routes to these two Croatian airports is expected, as well as the return of the company to Pula.RYANAIRZadar – Vienna, twice a week (Mondays and Fridays) from 03.07.Zadar – Brussels, once a week (Thursday), from 02.07.Zadar – Prague, once a week (Saturday), from 04.07.Zadar – Berlin, once a week (Thursday), from 02.07.Zadar – Cologne, once a week (Sunday), from 05.07.Zadar – Dusseldorf, twice a week (Tuesdays and Saturdays), from 04.07.Zadar – Karlsruhe, twice a week (Tuesdays and Saturdays), from 04.07.Zadar – Stuttgart, once a week (Sunday), from 05.07.Zadar – Milan, twice a week (Mondays and Fridays) from 03.07.Zadar – Poznan, once a week (Sunday) from 05.07.Dubrovnik – Dublin, twice a week (Wednesdays and Sundays) from 01.07.Split – Dublin, twice a week (Tuesdays and Saturdays) from 04.07.Split – Stuttgart, once a week (Sunday) from 05.07.Rijeka – London, once a week (Monday) from 06.07.Pula – Berlin, once a week (Saturday) from 04.07.Pula – Brussels, once a week (Monday) from 06.07.Pula – London, twice a week (Thursdays and Sundays) from 02.07. AIR FRANCEParis – Zagreb three times a week (Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays) from 01.07.Paris – Dubrovnik twice a week (Saturdays and Sundays) from 04.07., and also on Mondays from 13.07.Paris – Split four times a week (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays) from 13.07. SCANDINAVIAN AIRLINESCopenhagen – Split twice a week (Wednesdays and Saturdays) from 20.06.Oslo – Split  once a week (Saturday) from 20.06. The Oslo – Dubrovnik line will be introduced on July 28, twice a week, on Tuesdays and Sundays. CROATIA AIRLINESYou can see information about the flight schedule HERE. BRUSSELS AIRLINESBrussels – Dubrovnik twice a week (Tuesdays and Sundays) from June 27thBrussels – Split expected from July Well-known low-cost airline, norwegian, which has so far operated to almost all airports in Croatia, announces the re-establishment of three routes to Split and Dubrovnik. AUSTRIAN AIRLINESVienna – Dubrovnik twice a week (Wednesdays and Sundays) from 21.06.        Vienna – Split four times a week (Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays) from 24.06.                Vienna – Zagreb daily from 29.06. The launch of flights from Düsseldorf and Hamburg to Krk has been announced, starting next week. The announced season of tourist flights to Brac Airport begins with charter traffic on June 27, when flights from Austria start. Business jets from all over Europe, as well as sports propeller planes will land on Brač on average twice a day, and the Croatia Airlines line from Zagreb to Bol starts at the beginning of July on the usual days – Tuesdays and Saturdays. From the same date, the company plans to establish a line as well Stockholm – Split, only once a week in July, on Saturdays. Line Dubrovnik – Paris is introduced from July 05, once a week (Sunday), from July 11 a flight will be added on Saturdays, and from July 24 on this route 4 flights a week are expected (Mondays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays).center_img LUFTHANSAFrankfurt – Dubrovnik once a week (Saturday) from 20.06.Frankfurt – Pula once a week (Saturday) from 20.06.Munich – Dubrovnik once a week (Saturday) from 20.06.Munich – Split once a week (Saturday) from 20.06.Frankfurt – Split once a week (Saturday) from 27.06. British Airways AIR SERBIABelgrade – Pula three times a week (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) from 10.07. Belgrade – Zadar twice a week (Tuesdays and Saturdays) from 11.07.Belgrade – Split three times a week (Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays) from 28.06. Belgrade – Dubrovnik three times a week (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) from 26.06. The Croatian Chamber of Commerce has published a detailed list of reactivated and announced airlines that allow arrival in Croatia. LUXAIRLuxembourg – Zadar once a week (Saturday) from 20.06.Luxembourg – Split once a week (Sunday) from 21.06.Luxembourg – Dubrovnik once a week (Saturday) from 20.06., and also on Wednesday from 04.07. Additional information can be found on the website IATA, WIZZ AIRLondon (Luton) – Split three times a week (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) from 15.06.       Katowice – Split twice a week (Tuesdays and Saturdays) from 20.06.Warsaw – Split twice a week (Tuesdays and Saturdays) from 20.06. TUI BelgiumBrussels – Dubrovnik twice a week (Wednesdays and Saturdays) from 20.6. ·               Antwerp – Split twice a week (Mondays and Fridays) from 10.07.  Line Dubrovnik – Rotterdam it is announced from July 21, 2 times a week, every Tuesday and Saturday. Norwegian is returning to Split and Dubrovnik, Croatian Aviation reports. Lines London (Heathrow) – Pula are not yet announced for this year’s summer flight schedule. Line Split – Paris will be in traffic from July 02, 3 times a week, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays. From July 27, 6 flights per week are expected (every day except Saturday). norwegian KLM Royal Dutch AirlinesAmsterdam – Zagreb three times a week (Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays) from 04.07.Amsterdam – Split daily, and on Sundays twice a day from 04.07. The company previously canceled its only line to Rijeka, and currently there are no announcements of traffic to Pula, Zadar and Zagreb. The company therefore today confirmed the establishment of three lines to Dubrovnik and Split. The British national airline announced the launch of international routes in July, including three destinations in Croatia, reports Croatian Aviation. Also, the leading European tour operator TUI announced that it plans to partially renew this year’s summer travel program, including destinations in Croatia, which will be on offer since July Line Pula – Eindhoven will also operate from July 02 as many as 6 times a week, every day except Wednesday. Source: HGK / Croatian Aviation.last_img read more