In cooperation with their subsidiary Lauda (Laudamotion), Irish low-cost airline Ryanair plans to base one A320 at Zadar Airport in the upcoming summer flight schedule.
Ryanair and Lauda will operate to as many as 18 destinations from Zadar Airport on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast during this summer’s flight schedule, Croatian Aviation has reported.
In the last few days, an increasing number of international destinations to and from Zadar Airport have been added to Ryanair’s official website, and a larger number of flights will be operated by Lauda.
2021 summer flight schedule:
Berlin – from 2 July – 2x weekly
Brussels – from 1 May – 4x weekly
Cologne – bookings not available at the moment
Dublin – from 2 May – 2x weekly
Goteborg – from 3 July – 2x weekly
Karlsruhe – from 3 July – 2x weekly
Krakow – from 2 May – 2x weekly
London – from 1 June – 4x weekly
Manchester – from 1 June – 2x weekly
Marseille – from 2 May – 2x weekly
Memmingen – from 3 July – 2x weekly
Naples – from 4 June – 2x weekly
Paris – from 3 July – 2x weekly
Poznan – from 2 May – 2x weekly
Prague – from 1 May – 2x weekly
Vienna – from 2 June – 3x weekly
Weeze – from 30 May – 3x weekly
Wroclaw – from 2 July – 2x weekly
There are significantly more international destinations to Zadar Airport than in there were the summer flight schedule in 2020.
Although as many as 6 lines will operate only in the peak season, from the beginning of July, Ryanair and its subsidiaries will once again confirm their primacy at Zadar Airport, where they will, if epidemiological measures allow, confirm their role as carrier number 1 this summer.