Croatia Airlines expanding its network

Airbus A319 Croatia Airlines Photo by Paul Evans/Flickr

Three new routes are introduced and the number of weekly flights on existing routes is increased.

Croatia Airlines is expanding its network of European destinations this summer. For the first time in the company’s history, Croatia Airlines is introducing regular international flights on the Zagreb–Dublin route. Flights will be operated twice a week, on Thursdays and Sundays, from May 3 to October 28, 2018.

A new seasonal route connecting Dubrovnik and Munich is another novelty. It will be operated five times a week – on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays – starting from April 30.

Yet another novelty is the introduction of flights on the Split–Copenhagen route, which will be operated on Saturdays from May 5 to October 20 this year.

In addition to the introduction of new flights, the number of weekly flights on certain existing routes is increased in this year’s summer timetable. More specifically, as of May 4, four additional afternoon flights on the Zagreb–Skopje route are introduced. More weekly flights will also be operated on the Zagreb–Dubrovnik–Rome route. More specifically, in addition to the existing flights on Saturdays and Sundays, an additional flight will be operated on Wednesdays as of the beginning of May.

This season, Croatia Airlines will operate regular flights directly to 39 destinations in 23 European countries, with the capital of Zagreb connected with five Croatian airports.

Like last year, due to the expansion of its network of destinations, Croatia Airlines is leasing two Air Nostrum’s CRJ1000 aircraft with a 100-seat capacity for the upcoming tourist season.

— Croatia Airlines