ZAGREB, May 11 (Hina) – The national flag carrier, Croatia Airlines, started resuming some of its air travel operations within Croatia on Monday with flights from Zagreb to Split and Dubrovnik, after a shutdown caused by the coronavirus epidemic.
As of Monday, Croatia Airlines’ flights Zagreb-Split-Zagreb and Zagreb-Dubrovnik-Zagreb will operate twice a day, in the morning and in the evening. Depending on the epidemiological situation and future measures by the national civil protection authority and relevant institutions, it is expected that additional domestic flights will be introduced, as well as international flights, in addition to the current daily flight Zagreb-Frankfurt-Zagreb.
As of May 4 this year, it is mandatory to use protective masks or face coverings on all Croatia Airlines flights, and the company will, whenever possible, apply seating rules in the passenger cabin to ensure minimal distance between passengers.
Aircraft are equipped with high-quality filters for purifying the air in the passenger cabin, which is brought from the atmosphere at a constant flow, and the air in the passenger space circulates vertically.