ZAGREB, June 20, 2020 – Croatia Airlines has announced the resumption of international flights from Dubrovnik, as well as new services from Zagreb and Split in its July schedule.
Croatia’s national carrier will increase the number of international flights from Zagreb and add one more domestic route, from Zagreb to the island of Brac starting on 6 July, Croatian Aviation writes.
Flights from Zagreb
Zagreb – Frankfurt service will operate with weekly flights:
- Mon and Sun – 4 daily flights
- Tue, Wed, Thu and Fri – 3 daily flights
- Sat – 2 daily flights
Flights from Zagreb to Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Munich, and Sarajevo will operate daily, while flights to Zurich, Split, and Dubrovnik will run double daily.
Zagreb – Brussels will operate 8 times per week:
- Wed and Fri – double daily
- Mon, Tue, Thu, and Sun – once per day.
Flights to Paris, London, Dublin, and Vienna will operate three times per week, while flights to Rome will depart from Zagreb 4 times per week.
Zagreb will be connected with Zadar and Pula 7 times per week.
Croatia Airlines will introduce direct flights between Zagreb and Brac. DashQ400 aircraft will operate on this route 2 times per week, every Tuesday and Saturday.
More flights from Split Airport
From July 6th, Croatia Airlines will start flying between Split and Copenhagen, London, Vienna, and Paris (once per week, every Saturday).
Frankfurt – Split service will operate 5 times per week, while routes to Munich and Zurich will be in service 3 times per week.
Split – Osijek flights will start operating once per week, every Friday.
Start of operations from Dubrovnik
Croatia Airlines will introduce direct international flights from Dubrovnik as well. Flights to Dusseldorf and Zurich will run once per week, every Saturday, while Dubrovnik – Frankfurt route will operate 4 times per week (Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun).
Croatia Airlines will introduce flights on Dubrovnik – Osijek route, once per week, every Thursday.