Croatia Airlines is offering a 30 percent discount on all flights
11th February 2019, Zagreb
In the period between Wednesday, 13th February, and Sunday, 17th February this year, the Croatian national air carrier, Croatia Airlines, is offering a 30% discount on the purchase of airline tickets to all of the company’s national and international destinations, thus making European destinations even more affordable to passengers.
A 30 percent discount will be available only for purchases made online (www.croatiaairlines.hr/m.croatiaairlines.hr) or via the mobile application. While making a booking, passengers will be required to enter a special promotional code, which will be posted on the company’s website and which could be used only during the indicated promotion period.
By using the promotional code, passengers will receive a 30 percent discount on all Croatia Airlines destinations until February 2020. The discount applies to the base fare, while airport fees, and other fees and charges remain the same.
It is worth reminding that, during this year’s tourist season, Croatia Airlines will be flying to 30 international destinations (in 24 countries) and 8 Croatian ones, with which the national air carrier is continuing to contribute actively to the development of the tourism potential of the Republic of Croatia. Zagreb will be connected with 24 European destinations in 22 countries via direct flights.
An additional flight on Tuesdays from Zagreb to Dublin has been introduced. This means that, on this route, passengers will this year have three flights a week to choose from – on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
During the tourist season, that is, in the period between April and October, the company will – aware of the needs of its passengers – lease two 100-seat CRJ1000 aircraft just like last year. The number of regular flights starts increasing just before Easter holidays, when the tourist season traditionally starts in Croatia, after which many seasonal flights from the most important emissive markets are gradually being introduced. During the peak tourist season, the company will on average be operating 105 flights a day.
This year, Croatia Airlines is expecting to fly approximately 5 percent more passengers than in 2018, when a record-breaking 2,168,863 passengers were flown (2 percent more than in 2017).