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Ryanair Adds Another European Route To Zadar

Irish low-cost airline Ryanair has added another European destination its growing list to link up with Croatia. From 16 June Ryanair will fly between Zadar and the Norwegian airport of Sandefjord Lufthavn Torp in Sandefjord.

The new line is the 17th to connect with the Dalmatian city and the third from Norway.Ryanair recently opened a base at Zadar airport, its 54th in the world, and the 1st in Croatia. Tourist to Croatia from Norway have rapidly grown in the past few years and tickets for the new Norwegian route are going for just 10 euros one-way

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