The Croatian national airline, Croatia Airlines, has announced this year’s winter flight schedule, which will take effect on the last day of October and will remain in force until the end of March next year, reports Croatian Aviation.
Traditionally, Croatian airports hibernate in the winter months, given the extreme seasonality, especially now during the global pandemic. Croatia Airlines has announced 13 international routes from Zagreb, 3 from Split and one from Osijek, a total of 17 international routes to and from Croatia. Unfortunately, but as expected there are no international lines from Dubrovnik.
Croatia Airlines will have the largest number of flights and weekly flights from Zagreb Airport, its main base. Flights to the following European destinations have been announced -
Amsterdam – daily – seven times a week
Vienna - Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays – three times a week
Brussels - every day except Saturday – 6 times a week
Dublin - Thursdays and Sundays – twice a week
Frankfurt - 3 to 4 flights a day
Copenhagen - every day except Tuesdays and Saturdays – 5 times a week
London - Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays – 4 times a week
Munich - every day except Wednesday and Saturday – 5 times a week
Paris – daily - 7 times a week
Rome (via Split) – daily - 7 times a week
Sarajevo - every day except Saturday – 6 times a week
Skopje - Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays – 4 times a week
Zurich - daily, two daily flights on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays – 11 flights a week
Croatia Airlines will also operate on three routes from Split Airport to two destinations in Germany and one in Italy; scheduled flights to Munich, Frankfurt and Rome have been announced.
Frankfurt – daily - 7 times a week
Munich – daily – 7 times a week
Rome – daily - 7 times a week
There will be no regular international flights to Rijeka and Dubrovnik this winter, as was the case before the global pandemic, but Croatia Airlines continues to operate on domestic routes to Pula, Zadar and Dubrovnik.