A Croatian delegation, led by the director of Zadar Airport Irena Ćosić, have been in China last week to finalise the deal which will see charter flights for the first time operate between the two countries.
From 1 May at the latest, a charter flight from the Southwest Chinese city of Chongquing will fly to Zadar on the Dalmatian coast once a week all year round. The flight from the city which boasts a population in excess of 30 million people, will land in Zadar as part of its 10-day charter route.
“The first flight will takeoff on 1 May at the latest and will operate all year, once a week. Visas will be sorted out in Italy, considering there is a Chongqing – Rome route, so they will get multiple entry visas to enter Croatia,” Ćosić told SeeBiz. (photo / wikimedia)