ZAGREB, 29 June 2020 – Eight airlines will be resuming flights to Zagreb Airport this week, Croatian Aviation reports.
Traffic at Zagreb Airport has been low since the return of flights after the pandemic but it is about to ramp up.
Over the last few weeks, Croatia Airlines increased the number of flights on many domestic and international routes from the Croatian capital. Eurowings was the first foreign airline to fly to Zagreb, and Trade Air also started to operate flights on a domestic route, between Osijek and Zagreb.
Traffic will significantly increase from this week.
Today, Austrian Airlines landed from Vienna with 26 passengers, and 36 passengers were on a flight back to Austria. This was the first Austrian Airlines flight in Zagreb after the cancelation of all flights due to the pandemic situation.
On Wednesday, July 1st, Air France will resume flights on the Paris – Zagreb route, by operating 3 weekly flights between cities. More details here.
On the same day, Turkish Airlines will come back to Zagreb as well, on the route from Istanbul. The airline normally operates 14 flights per week during the summer season, but right now there will be 5 weekly flights between Zagreb and Istanbul. More details here.
Lufthansa, which flies from Frankfurt and Munich to Zagreb, will start the Munich – Zagreb service from this Wednesday, operating 3 weekly flights. More details here.
Air Serbia will come back from Belgrade with daily flights on this route from July 1st.
On Thursday, July 2nd, Eurowings will resume flights between Stuttgart and Zagreb, flights will operate two times a week. More details here.
From July 4th, KLM returns to the Croatian capital. The airline will resume its Amsterdam – Zagreb service with 3 weekly flights. More details here.
Croatia Airlines will continue to operate flights on domestic and international routes from Zagreb Airport.