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Croatia Airlines is reintroducing international flights from Zagreb to European destinations

4th June 2020, Zagreb

Croatia Airlines, Croatian flag carrier and a member of Star Alliance, is increasing the number of its international flights from Zagreb to European destinations in June, in line with the current epidemiological situation and travel restrictions within Europe.

On 8th June, Croatia Airlines is starting to fly on the Zagreb–Zurich route, on which four morning flights (i.e., on Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays) will be available. As of 15th June, afternoon flights on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays will also be available on the same route.

On that day (15th June), direct international flights from Zagreb to seven other European destinations – i.e., Munich, Sarajevo, London Heathrow, Dublin, Rome, Brussels and Vienna – are being reintroduced, according to the following flight schedule:

Zagreb – Munich – Zagreb: on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

Zagreb – Sarajevo – Zagreb: on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

Zagreb – London Heathrow – Zagreb: on Mondays and Fridays

Zagreb – Dublin – Zagreb: on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays

Zagreb – (via Split) – Rim – (via Split) – Zagreb: on Mondays, Thursdays and Sundays

Zagreb – Bruxelles – Zagreb: morning flights on Mondays, afternoon flights on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays

Zagreb – Beč – Zagreb: on Thursdays and Sundays

On 25th May, Croatia Airlines reintroduced its flights to Amsterdam with daily flights available. Also, a second daily flight on the Zagreb–Frankfurt route was introduced, a route on which flights have been operated by Croatia Airlines uninterruptedly during the epidemiological crisis. On 1st June, Croatia Airlines started flying again to Copenhagen, four times a week.

Accordingly, by mid-June, Croatia’s flag carrier airline will be connecting Zagreb with 11 international destinations. In domestic traffic, as of 8th June daily flights will be available on the Zagreb–Zadar–Pula route. Croatia Airlines is also continuing to fly from Zagreb to Split and Dubrovnik twice a day.

By reintroducing international flights, Croatia Airlines, Croatia’s flag carrier airline, strives to contribute as greatly as possible to the stabilisation of the Republic of Croatia’s potential for tourism. The number of flights is adjusted to current demands and travel restrictions in line with the current epidemiological situation in Europe, with subsequent changes possible in planned flight schedules. The reintroduction of flights to Croatia Airlines’ other both domestic and international destinations depends on how the situation will develop in the future and on market demand, which has been greatly reduced due to the coronavirus epidemic.

Information on planned flight schedules and travel conditions is available on the company’s website www.croatiaairlines.com/. The use protective face masks or face covers is still mandatory for all passengers throughout their entire stay in the cabin of the aircraft.

The company has a fleet of 13 aircraft: two Airbus 320, five Airbus 319 and six Dash 8-Q400 aircraft. In the coming period, Croatia Airlines will be looking to continue contributing as significantly as possible to the promotion of Croatia’s economic and tourist image.


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