October 26, 2021 – Croatia Airlines’ winter 2021 schedule has been announced, while Ryanair has started announcing even more spring flights from its Zagreb base next year.
Croatia Airlines has announced its winter flight schedule, which will take effect on the last day of October and run until the end of March next year, Croatian Aviation reports.
Croatia Airlines has announced 13 international routes from Zagreb, 3 from Split and one from Osijek, for a total of 17 international routes from and to Croatia.
Croatia Airlines will have the highest number of flights and weekly flights from Zagreb Airport, its main base. Flights to the following European destinations have been announced:
Amsterdam, 7 times a week, every day,
Vienna, 3 times a week, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
Brussels, 6 times a week, every day except Saturday,
Dublin, twice a week, Thursdays and Sundays,
Frankfurt, 3 to 4 daily flights
Copenhagen, 5 times a week, every day except Tuesdays and Saturdays,
London, 4 times a week, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays,
Munich, 5 times a week, every day except Wednesday and Saturday,
Paris, 7 times a week, every day,
Rome (via Split), 7 times a week, every day,
Sarajevo, 6 times a week, every day except Saturday,
Skopje, 4 times a week, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays,
Zurich, 11 times a week, every day, two daily flights on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
Croatia Airlines will operate on three routes from Split airport to two destinations in Germany and one in Italy; regular flights to Munich, Frankfurt and Rome have been announced:
Frankfurt, 7 times a week, every day,
Munich, 7 times a week, every day,
Rome, 7 times a week, every day.
Flights from Osijek
Croatia Airlines will introduce a scheduled flight between Munich and Osijek on November 15 this year. The planes will operate on this route twice a week, every Monday and Friday. Thus, passengers will be able to continue their journey to 6 European destinations via Munich.
On most routes, the Croatian national airline will use DashQ400 aircraft with a capacity of 76 seats, but in a much smaller proportion than last winter. Airbus A319 and A320 have been announced from Zagreb to Amsterdam, Dublin, London, Frankfurt, Paris and Copenhagen and from Split to Frankfurt.
There will be no regular international flights to Rijeka and Dubrovnik this winter, as before the pandemic. However, Croatia Airlines continues to operate the domestic routes to Pula, Zadar and Dubrovnik and the PSO routes from Zagreb airport in the upcoming winter flight schedule.
In addition, Ryanair has launched additional departures on several international routes from Zagreb airport next spring, adds Croatian Aviation.
Namely, the Irish low-cost airline has released tickets for next year’s summer flight program, including flights from Zagreb Airport, with additional departures on 9 international routes since the new Zagreb base, allowing flexibility for travelers to and from Zagreb.
The following lines have gone from 2 to 3 flights per week:
Zagreb – Memmingen – Zagreb (March 2022),
Zagreb – Malta – Zagreb (March 2022),
Zagreb – Paphos – Zagreb (March 2022),
Zagreb – Weeze – Zagreb (March 2022),
Zagreb – Basel – Zagreb (March 2022).
The following lines will operate four times a week instead of three times a week:
Zagreb – Frankfurt Hahn – Zagreb (March 2022),
Zagreb – Gothenburg – Zagreb (May 2022).
The lines to Bergamo and Brussels are the most popular, which is why Ryanair is introducing additional flights on these routes:
Zagreb – Milan Bergamo – Zagreb, from 4 to 5 weekly flights (April 2022),
Zagreb – Brussels Charleroi – Zagreb, from 4 to 5 weekly flights (April 2022).
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