Great news for the Croatian capital and its tourism industry and Dutch national airline, KLM, plans to connect Zagreb and Amsterdam twice a day in November.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, the oldest airline in the world, is operating twice a day between Zagreb and Amsterdam until the end of October, reports Croatian Aviation. And KLM will continue to operate twice a day between Zagreb and Amsterdam in November this year, which is great news for all those who use Amsterdam as a transfer hub, as well as a wide network of KLM lines to other destinations in Europe and the world.
In addition to KLM's two flights, Croatia Airlines will also operate on the route between Zagreb and Amsterdam in the winter schedule.
This winter there will be an incredible three daily flights between the capitals of Croatia and the Netherlands, and as there will be no regular flights to Amsterdam from other Croatian airports, most passengers from other parts of Croatia will change in Zagreb from domestic routes to KLM or Croatia Airlines.