ZAGREB, 21 June 2020 – Turkey’s national airline, Turkish Airlines, will resume flights to and from the Croatian capital Zagreb from next month, Croatian Aviation reports.
Turkish Airlines grounded its entire fleet because of the Covid-19 pandemic but is now slowly starting to operate again, firstly on domestic routes, and now internationally also.
Turkish Airlines during the summer flight schedule usually operates two daily flights to Zagreb, connecting the two cities with other destinations around the world.
The Istanbul – Zagreb – Istanbul service will operate 5 times per week from July 1st, every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday.
Every Wednesday and Sunday the service will operate in the morning with the A320 aircraft, while on Monday, Thursday and Friday aircraft will fly in the evening with the B737-800 aircraft type.
The A320 aircraft has a capacity of 153 passengers, while B737-800 has a bit larger capacity, it can accommodate up to 162 passengers.
“Turkish Airlines also operates year-round on the Istanbul – Dubrovnik route, but this route is currently not operating and there is no scheduled date right now for its return in service,” Croatian Aviation writes.