Ryanair could once again open flights to Osijek after terminating them in 2017. The low-cost airline closed flights to this Slavonian airport in 2017 due to the inability of the airport to pay the subsidies, but it would appear from an article in Vecernji List that these important flights could reopen in 2020.
According to the newspaper the Minister of Tourism, Gari Cappelli, has held talks with representatives of the Ryanair at the World Tourism Market in London and has expressed his belief that a solution could be found.
According to the daily Vecernji List, the Ministry of Tourism and the Croatian National Tourist Board are in talks with Ryanair to establish a direct line with Osijek from several European cities next year, namely from June to September.
The Minister of Tourism, Gary Cappelli, said that the agreements with the Osijek Airport and the counties of the five Slavonian counties were following, which should also financially assist in the realization of the return of Ryanair to Osijek, which would certainly assist tourism in the whole region. So far Ryanair have yet to issue a statement.