Thursday, 22 February 2024

Ryanair Unveils Extensive Summer Schedule for Zagreb with 27 Routes and Record Investment

Written by  May 18, 2023

Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (18 May) launched the biggest ever summer schedule for Zagreb providing 27 routes, incl. 1 new route to Kos. This record schedule, after only 2 years of operations, will see Ryanair base 3 aircraft – $300m investment and support over 900 jobs incl. 90 direct jobs. Since operations began in 2021, Ryanair has grown to carry over 330,580 passengers to/from Zagreb airport (Jan-Apr 2023), 33% of all passengers, underpinning the airport’s traffic recovery and record growth post-Covid.

Ryanair’s Zagreb Summer ‘23 schedule delivers:

3 based aircraft – $300m investment
27 total routes incl. 1 new route to Kos
168+ flights per week
20% growth on S22
1.2m passengers to/from Zagreb p.a.
900 jobs incl. 90 direct jobs

Ryanair will operate over 168 weekly flights for Summer 2023 (20% growth on S22) giving Zagreb’s citizens/visitors the widest choice at the lowest fares in Europe when booking their Summer ‘23 getaways while growing both inbound tourism and jobs. This unrivalled growth is underpinned by Ryanair’s commitment to Zagreb Airport, with 3 based aircraft – $300m investment and supporting over 900 jobs in the region.

To celebrate the Summer ’23 schedule Zagreb’s customers/visitors can now book a well-deserved Summer getaway at the lowest fares from €29.99 one way for travel until Oct 2023, only available on the Ryanair.com website.

Ryanair’s Director of Marketing, Dara Brady said:

“As Europe’s biggest airline, Ryanair is delighted to celebrate the launch of our biggest ever Zagreb Summer schedule for 2023, offering 27 exciting routes incl. 1 new route to Kos. This new schedule is underpinned by Ryanair’s commitment to Zagreb, basing 3 aircraft at Zagreb Airport – $300m investment and supporting over 900 jobs incl. 90 direct jobs as well as carrying over 330,580 passengers to/from Zagreb airport (between Jan-Apr 2023), 33% of all passengers at Zagreb Airport in the same period, further driving the airport’s traffic recovery and record growth post-Covid.

Efficient operations and competitive airport charges provide the foundation from which Ryanair can deliver long-term traffic growth and increased connectivity. After the busiest April on record, Ryanair calls on Zagreb Airport to revoke its recent decision to increase airport charges by a ridiculous 12.4% which came into effect April 2023. These increases only punish passengers and will have a detrimental impact on Zagreb and Croatia’s connectivity, tourism, traffic, jobs, and overall post-Covid recovery. To celebrate Zagreb’s Summer ’23 schedule we are offering seats available from just €29.99 one way for travel until Oct ’23 at www.Ryanair.com.”

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