Flights from Croatia to 13 European destinations available to passengers
By resuming seasonal flights in both domestic and international traffic in May, Croatia Airlines is continuing to facilitate connectivity in air transport networks connecting Croatia within its national borders and the world.
Croatia Airlines is expanding its network of flights from European cities to Zagreb and the company’s destinations on the Adriatic in May. Moreover, Croatia is continuing to be connected via scheduled domestic flights between the airports of Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik, Osijek, Zadar, Brač and Pula.
From Zagreb, Croatia Airlines is planning to operate scheduled international flights to 13 European destinations in May – Amsterdam, Vienna, Brussels, Dublin, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, London, Munich, Paris, Rome (via Split), Sarajevo, Skopje and Zurich.
In comparison to April, the company is planning to expand its network of international flights from European cities to its destinations on the Adriatic. Accordingly, in May Croatia Airlines is planning to connect Split Airport with Vienna, London and Zurich in addition to existing flights to Frankfurt, Munich and Rome. Also, the company is planning to resume scheduled international flights from Dubrovnik to Frankfurt.
Last but not least, Croatia Airlines is planning to resume its seasonal flights on the Osijek-Split and Osijek-Dubrovnik routes, and to connect the capital city of Zagreb with five domestic destinations (Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar, Pula and Bol on the Island of Brač).
By resuming seasonal flights in both domestic and international traffic in May, Croatia Airlines is continuing to facilitate connectivity in air transport networks connecting Croatia within its national borders and the world. In doing so, Croatian flag carrier supports the development of Croatia’s tourism and economy as a whole, while continuing to confirm its important position in the transport infrastructure of the Republic of Croatia.
The planned flight timetable is in line with current market demand. It is subject to ad hoc changes and depends on the development of the epidemiological situation in both Croatia and the world, and on the restrictions and regulations imposed by individual countries regarding passenger traffic, which directly affects the demand for air transport services. Passengers are advised to get detailed information and inquire about their flights and possible travel restrictions and regulations in the countries that they are travelling to before their journey. All relevant information can be obtained at Croatia Airlines’ points of sale and network of agencies, and is also accessible on the company’s website.
Croatia Airlines has been actively monitoring the development of the epidemiological situation and continues to take all necessary measures to maintain the protection of the health and safety of passengers and crew members at the highest possible level. All protection measures, which the company has been implementing since the coronavirus outbreak and pandemic, are fully compliant with the decisions made and guidelines issued by both public health and aviation authorities.