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Air Transat Launch Only Direct Flight from Canada to Croatia Today

New direct flight to Zagreb launched today (photo credit: Sandra Tralic)

New direct flight to Zagreb launched today (photo credit: Sandra Tralic)

Air Transat, Canada’s leading leisure airline, launched its new direct flight between Croatia and Canada on Tuesday 14 June 2016…

Transat is now the only airline to go direct to the Croatian capital Zagreb from Toronto. Starting on 14 June, Air Transat flights will depart every Tuesday until 4 October 2016, with connectors aslo from Montreal.

“We are proud to be the only North American airline offering a direct flight to Croatia, and are committed to enhancing our destination lineup each year with attractive new options that set us apart,” states Annick Guérard, President and General Manager of Transat Tours Canada. “Vacationers who wish to discover the splendour of Europe for the first time or return to explore new horizons will be charmed by Hungary, Croatia and the Czech Republic, three of-the-moment destinations. Travellers will be spoiled for choice with the vast selection of packages, guided tours and à la carte travel options,” she adds.

Only direct flight from North America to Zagreb (Zagreb's main square - photo: Sandra Tralić)

Only direct flight from North America to Zagreb (Zagreb’s main square – photo: Sandra Tralić)

Transat is supporting the destination with direct flights and have also introduced 7 new itineraries:

Zagreb & Split: Flights, 7 nights, transfers, 7 meals, and bus from $1,459
Zagreb, Split & Dubrovnik: Flights, 14 nights, transfers, 14 meals, ferry, and bus from $2,539
Zagreb, Split & Hvar: Flights, 7 nights, transfers, 7 meals, ferry, and bus from $1,709
Wonders of Croatia: Flights, 14 nights, transfers, 14 meals, ferry, domestic flight, bus, and 1 visit from $2,749
Discover Croatia: Flights, 14 nights, 14 meals, car rental, and 1 visit from $2,829
Zagreb, Split & Dalmatian Islands: Flights, 14 nights, transfers, 21 meals, bus, cruise, and 2 visits from $2,359
Zagreb & Sibenik: Flights, 14 nights, transfers, and 21 meals from $1,899

Air Transat, who was named Best North American Leisure Airline four years in a row, carries some three million passengers to nearly 60 destinations in 30 countries aboard its fleet of Boeing narrow-body and Airbus wide-body jets. The company employs more than 2,500 people.

For all the details on Transat’s Central Europe programme, visit airtransat.com.

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