Croatia Airlines, the Istria Tourist Board, the Split-Dalmatia County Tourist Board, and the Split Tourist Board gave joint presentation in Zurich
25th October 2022, Zagreb
Croatia Airlines, the Istria Tourist Board, the Split-Dalmatia County Tourist Board, and the Split Tourist Board gave a joint presentation to Swiss business (B2B) journalists and travel agents last night in Zurich.
Croatia Airlines presented its 2022/2023 winter timetable, within the framework of which Croatia’s flag carrier is introducing two new scheduled international routes. These are, namely, the Split-Zurich, and the Pula-Zurich routes, which will, in addition to the existing daily flights between Zurich and Zagreb, help to create even stronger connections between the Swiss and Croatian markets during the winter period.
In the period between the end of October this year and mid-January 2023, on these two new routes flights will be operated twice a week – on Wednesdays, and Saturdays, to be precise. Return air tickets for passengers flying from either Split or Pula are available from 149 Swiss francs.
In the 2022/2023 winter timetable, Croatia Airlines is planning to connect Croatia with 13 international destinations, and operate flights on a total of 19 international routes. More specifically, the company is planning to operate more than 8,500 scheduled flights, and offer 28 percent more flights and seats than in the 2021/2022 winter timetable.