ZAGREB, 26 September 2020 – Flag carrier Croatia Airlines will suspend its service between the Irish and Croatian capitals in October.
Croatia Airlines has confirmed that the Zagreb – Dublin – Zagreb route will be suspended from the beginning of October this year, Croatian Aviation writes.
Croatia Airlines introduced the direct service between Dublin and Zagreb back in 2018 and operated the service twice weekly. Last year, a third weekly service was launched. In 2019 a winter service was also maintained by the airline.
After a break because of the coronavirus, Croatia Airlines re-established traffic on this route on 15 June, operating three weekly flights, but due to very low demand, the company has decided to cancel flights on this route in October.
The last scheduled flight on the Zagreb – Dublin – Zagreb service is on Sunday, October 4th until further notice.
Croatia Airlines to connect Croatia to 15 European destinations in October
Croatia Airlines will have direct flights to 15 international destinations during October while regular domestic flights will continue in the country.
In October Croatia Airlines will have direct flights to Amsterdam, Vienna, Berlin, Brussels, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, London (Heathrow), Lyon, Munich, Paris, Rome, Sarajevo, Skoplje and Zurich.
Zagreb will be directly connected with 12 European destinations while flights from Split will fly to 10 European metropolises and two destinations will be directly connected with Dubrovnik while planes will also fly from Rijeka direct to Munich.
Domestic flights will connect Zagreb with five Croatian airports (Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar, Pula, and Bol on Brac Island), and Osijek – Split and Osijek – Dubrovnik flights will also continue to run.