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easyJet to Pull Out of Zagreb

easyjetBritish low-cost airline easyJet has announced that it will no longer fly out of Croatia’s capital Zagreb starting from later this year, reports daily Jutarnji list

“From Winter 2014, we will no longer fly from Zagreb. The decision was made due to an enormous increase in airport fees,” the airline said.

easyJet’s contract with Zagreb airport to operate flights between London and the Croatian capital, expires in October this year, and the popular airline will not be renewing after re-evaluating its Zagreb business. French consortium ZAIC (Zagreb Airport International Company) were granted a 30-year concession recently to build and manage a new passenger terminal in Croatia’s capital.

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