ZAGREB, 3 December 2021 – Ryanair launches three new routes to the Croatian capital today.
The Irish airline today connects Zagreb with the Netherlands, Switzerland and Cyprus, Croatian Aviation reports.
Zagreb – Basel – Zagreb
As of today, Ryanair connects Zagreb and Basel with a regular service twice a week, every Monday and Friday. Basel Airport is actually located in France, but it is connected to the city it gravitates on by an extraterritorial route. Basel is the second largest city in Switzerland with approximately 170,000 inhabitants. The city has a large Croatian community.
Zagreb 13:45 – 15:15 Basel 15:40 – 17:10 Zagreb
Zagreb – Eindhoven – Zagreb
Zagreb Airport also will be connected to Eindhoven from today, the fifth largest city in the Netherlands, with around 400,000 inhabitants in its urban area.
Zagreb 17:35 – 19:30 Eindhoven 19:55 – Zagreb 21:50
Ryanair will also use an A320 aircraft from the Zagreb base on this route, and the route will operate in the afternoon and evening.
Zagreb – Paphos – Zagreb
The third new route starts connects Zagreb with Paphos in Cyprus. The service will operate twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays. To date, there have been no regular flights between Cyprus and Zagreb.
Zagreb 06:40 – 10:35 Paphos 11:00 -12:55 Zagreb
In addition to these three new routes, flights to Thessaloniki, Dublin, Manchester and Malaga from Zagreb also started this week.