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Croatia Airlines introduces a whole range of new flights and new international destinations

By  Jun 21, 2020

Croatia’s national airline has announced a range of new flights and new destinations, including routes from Dubrovnik.

Croatia Airlines have introduced a new flight schedule for Dubrovnik, Zagreb and Split, which will come into force on the 6th of July. This new schedule not only means new international destinations but also an increase in flight frequencies inside Croatia, reports Croatian Aviation

One of the most important international connections for Croatia, the Zagreb to Frankfurt line, will be increased heavily and will operate 32 times a week. This connection is important as Frankfurt is a major world hub, meaning Zagreb and indeed Croatia, will have a regular connection to distant destinations. The flights will operate four times a day on Mondays and Sundays, and three times a day on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, and on Saturdays twice a day.

Also the Croatian capital will see daily flights from Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Munich and Sarajevo, while flights to Zurich, Dubrovnik and Split will operate twice a day.

Another international connection for Zagreb will be to Brussels, and this connection will be operated 8 times a week, twice a day on Wednesdays and Fridays, and on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays once a day.



There will also be three flights a week to Paris, London, Dublin and Vienna, while planes to Rome will take off four times a week.

Zagreb will also be connected to Zadar and Pula seven times a week, and a direct line to the island of Brac will be introduced twice a week on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

And the new lines and connections from Croatia Airlines don’t stop at Zagreb. Split will see direct flights to Copenhagen, London, Vienna and Paris. And a direct flight between Split and Frankfurt will operate five times a week, while the lines to Munich and Zurich will operate three times a week.

And the southernmost airport in Croatia, Dubrovnik Airport, will also get new connections from Croatia Airlines. Dubrovnik will receive new direct flights from Dusseldorf and Zurich. And a Dubrovnik to Frankfurt connection will be introduced four times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. And an internal flight connection between Dubrovnik and Osijek will start, once a week on Thursdays.

Tickets on all these lines are on sale on the Croatia Airlines website.



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