Croatia Airlines planning to connect Croatia with 21 European destinations this summer season
Croatia’s flag carrier expands its network of destinations
17th March 2022, Split – Today in Split, Croatia Airlines, Croatia’s flag carrier, presented its summer timetable for this year (March-October 2022), which reflects the company’s plan to expand its network of international destinations, to renew a number of international routes that the company did not operate flights on during the pandemic, and to increase the number of scheduled both international and domestic flights that the company operates on its existing routes.
During this year’s summer season, Croatia Airlines is planning to connect Croatia directly with 21 international destinations and 22 European airports. In the summer period, the company is planning to operate more than 16,000 flights on 41 international routes, and offer approximately 1,766,000 seats, which will contribute both to the quality of Croatia’s tourism product, and to enhancing the transport infrastructure of the Republic of Croatia.
To meet the increased market demand, Croatia Airlines is planning to connect Split Airport with 18 European destinations. In the first half of June, five new seasonal routes will be introduced:
Split – Amsterdam (on Tuesdays), return air tickets available from 159 euros
Split – Bucharest (on Wednesdays, and Fridays), return air tickets available from 149 euros
Split – Dublin (on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays), return air tickets available from 169 euros
Split – Milan (on Thursdays, and Sundays), return air tickets available from 119 euros
Split – Stockholm (on Fridays, and Sundays), return air tickets available from 129 euros
In the period from 17th to 28th March this year, passengers are offered a 30 percent discount on airfares for the above flights when purchasing air tickets online at www.croatiaairlines.com. To receive the discount when booking and purchasing their air tickets, passengers will be asked to enter a special promotional code, which is accessible on the company’s website, and can only be used during this special promotion for flights to be taken not later than the 30th October this year.
Also, Croatia Airlines is re-introducing its seasonal flights between Split and Prague, which were first introduced last year (return air tickets available from 149 euros). This summer season, Split will also be connected directly with Athens, Vienna, Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, London (Heathrow Airport, and Gatwick Airport), Lyon, Munich, Paris, Rome, and Zurich.
From Zagreb, scheduled international flights to 15 European destinations are planned during the summer timetable. Besides renewing its seasonal flights between Zagreb and Barcelona (on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays), for which return air tickets are available from 149 euros, Croatia Airlines will be connecting the capital of Croatia directly with Amsterdam, Athens, Vienna, Brussels, Dublin, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, London (Heathrow Airport), Munich, Paris, Rome (via Split), Sarajevo, Skopje, and Zurich.
To contribute to the development of both the Dubrovnik-Neretva County and the city of Dubrovnik’s potential as a tourist destination, during the summer season Croatia Airlines is planning to directly connect Dubrovnik, Croatia’s southernmost airport, with six European destinations – namely, Athens, Frankfurt, Munich, Paris, Rome, and Zurich.
Croatia’s flag carrier is also re-introducing its seasonal flights between Rijeka and Munich. Another novelty is the introduction of year-round international flights between Osijek and Munich, the start of which is planned for the 2nd May.
Besides expanding its international network of flights, Croatia Airlines is also continuing to maintain the air connectivity of Croatia’s cities and regions by offering scheduled domestic flights to 7 Croatian airports – namely, Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik, Osijek, Zadar, Pula, and Brač. Croatia’s flag carrier is planning to operate most scheduled domestic flights between Zagreb and Split, and between Zagreb and Dubrovnik, on average up to 5 flights a day. Additionally, the company is also planning to operate seasonal flights between Osijek and Split, between Osijek and Dubrovnik, and between Zagreb and Brač.
Croatia Airlines’ network of both international and domestic flights during the summer season has been tailored to meet the market demand for air transport services, which the company continuously monitors. The planned flight timetable is subject to change, and depends on the development of the public health and safety, and security situation in both Croatia and the world.