ZAGREB, 15 JUNE 2020 – Croatian passenger and cargo charter airline Trade Air have opened sales again for domestic flights in Croatia.
Headquartered in Zagreb, Trade Air opened sales today on many domestic routes in Croatia, which are under the PSO programme. Croatian airports will be connected again starting from June 22nd.
“Trade Air under the PSO program which expired at the end of March this year flew on domestic routes between Osijek, Pula, Rijeka, Split, and Dubrovnik airports. Since the PSO programME expired, and the COVID-19 pandemic has stopped regular flight operations, those flights were suspended until now after the Ministry decided to extend the PSO programme until the end of this summer season, Croatian Aviation reported.
Trade Air will start with regular operations from Monday, June 22nd, on the following routes:
Osijek – Pula – twice per week, Monday and Friday
Osijek – Rijeka – twice per week, Tuesday and Thursday
Rijeka – Split – Dubrovnik – twice per week, Tuesday and Thursday
Pula – Split – twice per week, Monday and Friday
Osijek – Zagreb – double daily, Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Passengers traveling from Osijek to Rijeka can continue to Split or Dubrovnik, with a short stop in Rijeka Airport each Tuesday and Thursday, while the option to Split is also possible every Monday and Friday via Pula Airport.
Passengers can connect from Osijek to many destinations in Europe with one stop in Zagreb Airport via the two daily flights to the capital from Osijek.
Trade Air will use an L410 aircraft on the routes.