Ryanair, Europe's largest airline, has reopened its base in Zadar on today, from which it will connect Zadar with numerous European destinations with two base aircraft, 78 weekly flights to 37 destinations, 17 of which are new.
"We are delighted to be in Croatia at the reopening of the base in Zadar. Air traffic is ready for a new rise at the peak of the tourist season in July and August, and with 17 new and a total of 37 lines, our Croatian customers have more than a good choice of destinations for their much desired summer vacation," stated Dara Brady, the Marketing and Informatics Director of Ryanair at the opening of the base.
Because covid restrictions are constantly changing, Brady pointed out that customers can book their tickets now, and in case of travel delay they can exchange them for any other flight twice without any additional charge until the end of this year.
As announced by the Irish airline, on the occasion of today's official opening of the base in Zadar and 17 new summer routes, they offered a sale of airline tickets, available from 151 Kuna for travel until the end of October, which must be booked by Saturday, July 3. at midnight.
“Ryanair has been and remains the main partner of Zadar Airport for the last 14 years. The return of the base with 37 lines, of which as many as 17 are new, is not only good news, but also a confirmation of excellent cooperation that we hope for in the future," said the director of Zadar Airport, Josip Klišmanić.