ZAGREB, 28 December 2021 – Croatia’s national carrier, Croatia Airlines, will operate in January from Zagreb to 14 international destinations, Croatian Aviation reported today.
In January 2022, Croatia Airlines will continue to connect Zagreb with a total of 14 international destinations. This is the same number of destinations as in December, and it should be noted that the number of weekly operations has not been drastically reduced, as was the case in January this year.
These are the destinations to which Croatia Airlines will operate from Zagreb in January 2022:
Amsterdam – daily (A319 with 144 seats)
Vienna – 3 times a week (DashQ400 capacity 76 seats)
Brussels – 10 to 12 times a week (DashQ400)
Dublin – 2 times a week (A319)
Frankfurt – 21 to 28 times a week (A319, DashQ400)
Copenhagen – daily (A319, DashQ400)
London – 3 times a week (A319)
Munich – 10 to 12 flights per week (DashQ400)
Paris – daily (A320, A319)
Pristina – 2 times a week (DashQ400), ACMI charter Trade Air
Rome – daily via Split (DashQ400)
Sarajevo – 6 times a week (DashQ400)
Skopje – 4 times a week (DashQ400)
Zurich – 10 to 14 flights a week (DashQ400)
Unlike last year, when DashQ400 aircraft were used on almost all routes, this January Croatia Airlines will still use the Airbus fleet, mainly towards larger European hubs with a significant number of transfer passengers, such as Frankfurt, Paris and Amsterdam. The Airbus fleet will also travel to Dublin, Copenhagen and London, and at the very beginning of the new year to Munich.
Until mid-January, Croatia Airlines will continue to connect Osijek and Munich, while daily flights from Split to three international destinations are available – Frankfurt, Munich and Rome.