Ryanair could well add another flight to its Croatian portfolio by operating flights to the capital, Zagreb. The website EX-YU Aviation has reported that the low-cost Irish airline is looking to expand even further into the Croatian market.
Currently Ryanair flies to Zadar, Rijeka, Pula, Dubrovnik and Split and have recently commented that "Ryanair has held positive discussions with the Croatian Minister for Tourism regarding longer term traffic growth and route development at its existing Croatian airports as well as potential new airports like Zagreb." Ryanair connects Dubrovnik with Dublin and has announced that these flights will continue one week into the winter.
On an annual basis Ryanair flies around 550,000 passengers in and out of Croatia every year and has the fifth largest market share in the country, behind Croatia Airlines, EasyJet, Eurowings and Lufthansa.