Friday, October 29, 2010

Croatia Airlines
Winter 2010/2011

Croatia winter changes
The following are modifications Croatia’s national carrier, Croatia Airlines, will be making to its 2010/2011 winter schedule. In the table below you can see the cities the airline will operate to, the number of weekly frequencies and the change in frequencies compared to the 2010 summer season. Croatia Airlines will be using 13 aircraft this winter – 6 Bombardier Dash8-Q400s, 4 Airbus A319s and 3 Airbus A320s.

As usual during the winter, Croatia Airlines will be suspending its seasonal summer flights from various seaside cities. From Zagreb, the airline suspends its seasonal services to Athens, Lyon and Tel Aviv. Domestic flights from Zagreb will be significantly decreased. Notable in the winter schedule is the absence of a considerable number of nonstop flights from Dubrovnik and Split.

The winter season begins on October 31, 2010 and ends on March 26, 2011. The airline is entitled to change, add or reduce its destinations and frequencies. The table will be updated in case changes do occur.
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DestinationFrequency Change Notes
Amsterdam7-
Athens0▼ 3
Brač0▼ 1
Brussels6▼ 3
Copenhagen3▼ 1
Dubrovnik30▼ 8
Frankfurt21-
London-Heathrow9▲ 1
London-Gatwick3▼ 1
Lyon0▼ 1
Munich14-
Paris7-
Podgorica3-
Priština5▼ 2
Pula7▼ 10Flights operated via Zadar
Rome10▼ 35 flights operated via Split, 2 via Dubrovnik
Sarajevo14-
Skopje8▲ 1
Split21▼ 10
Tel Aviv0▼ 1
Vienna14-
Zadar7▼ 7
Zurich14-

From Dubrovnik, the airline will operate direct flights to Frankfurt (3X per week), Rome (2X) and Zagreb as noted in the table above.

From Osijek, Croatia Airlines has suspended all fights. From Pula, the airline will operate to Zadar (daily) and Zagreb as stated in the table above.

From Split, the airline will head to Frankfurt (daily), Rome (5X per week) and Zagreb as stated in the table above.

From Zadar, the airline will operate to Pula (daily) and to Zagreb as stated in the table above.

To view the winter changes EX-YU airlines have made to their timetables, click on the appropriate link:

Adria Airways · B&H Airlines · Jat Airways · Montenegro Airlines

7 comments:

  1. So, no winter charters to warmer place for the Croatians? Say, Zagreb to Sharm el Sheikh that sort?

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  2. its interesting to see that OU is obviously failing at the booming PRN market at the moment. (only 5x)

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  3. The JP flights to Marseille are like the Istanbul flights meant for truck drivers. Their trucks are ferried from Marseile, Istanbul, Trieste and Koper in each directions and in the meantime the drivers fly from MRS via LJU to IST vv or from LJU to IST...

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  4. what about OU to BCN? Didn t they fly to Barca during Summer?

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  5. Something is missing but this is nothing new here.
    OU4438/OU4439 SPU-MUC (4X per week)

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  6. No more OU metal in BCN just co-operation with Spanair(2X per week)

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  7. Surely with the drop in frequencies etc OU should be doing heavy maintenance checks etc on some of its sparingly-used aircraft? There's no way all 13 aircraft are in the air at the same time... nor should there be.

    I hope there is going to be more changes and new routes operated by the airline in S11 - they need it to get back to profitability!

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