Saturday, March 26, 2011

Summer 2011
Croatia Airlines

A look at Croatia Airlines' 2011 summer chages
The 2011 summer season starts tomorrow. Croatia Airlines has made some changes to its timetable, notably it has added more seasonal flights from secondary bases in Croatia. Croatia Airlines will introduce new scheduled flights from Zagreb to Istanbul. It will resume its summer services to Athens, although the flights will now operate via Dubrovnik, unlike last year. The airline will also operate 4 special charter flights to Damascus, the capital of Syria.

From Pula, Croatia Airlines will operate to Amsterdam (1X per week), Zadar (daily) and Zagreb (18X per week). From Osijek, the airline will fly to Split (1X per week) and Dubrovnik (1X per week). From Brač, Croatia Airlines will operate services to Ljubljana (1X per week) and Zagreb (1X per week).

From Zadar, the airline will operate to Pula (15X per week), Munich (2X per week), Zagreb (18X per week) and to Zurich (2X per week). Rijeka will see the Croatian national airline operate 1 weekly flight to London Heathrow.

The tables below display flights from Zagreb, Dubrovnik and Split – Croatia Airlines’ 3 bases. The tables display the peak weekly frequencies for each destination during the summer (keep this in mind especially for domestic flights within Croatia as some services operate only for several weeks).

Departing Zagreb








































































































































































DestinationFrequency S2011Frequency S2010ChangeNotes
Amsterdam87 1-
Athens33-resumes April 21 via Dubrovnik
Barcelona33--
Brussels69 3-
Brač11--
Copenhagen74 3-
Dubrovnik2930 1-
Frankfurt2121--
Istanbul30 3starts May 17
London Gatwick44--
London Heathrow98 11 flight via Rijeka
Munich1414--
Paris77--
Podgorica33--
Priština77--
Pula1817 115 flights via Zadar
Rijeka10 1-
Rome1110 16 flights via Split 2 flights via Dubrovnik
Sarajevo1414--
Skopje107 3-
Split3331 2-
Tel Aviv11--
Vienna1414--
Zadar1814 41 flight via Pula
Zurich1514 1-
Stockholm64 2-



Departing Dubrovnik


































































































DestinationFrequency S2011Frequency S2010ChangeNotes
Athens30 3starts April 21
Belgrade20 2starts June 20
Berlin10 1starts May 01
Frankfurt77--
Osijek1

1

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Dusseldorf11--
Paris22--
Rome33--
Split22--
Tel Aviv21 1-
Venice20 2starts June 16
Vienna32 1-
Zagreb2930 1-
Zurich33--



Departing Split









































































































DestinationFrequency S2011Frequency S2010ChangeNotes
Amsterdam12 1-
Berlin10 1starts May 07
Dubrovnik22--
Hamburg20 2starts April 16
Dusseldorf22--
Frankfurt77--
London Gatwick22--
London Heathrow11--
Lyon11--
Paris33--
Munich77--
Rome77--
Vienna44--
Osijek11--
Zurich44--

5 comments:

  1. Not a bad list, but of course far short on what the potential of the airline *could* be operating.

    Admini, some minor changes:

    - OUs 3 bases: Split (rather than Osijek)?

    - There are 11 weekly flights between ZAG and FCO: 3 direct, 6 via SPU, and 2 via DBV

    - Weekly DBV-OSI flight not listed (OU624/5 operating Mondays)

    - Lisbon: are you sure these were not codeshares with TP?

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  2. I am sure that OSI could do with one-two destinations all year around.

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  3. Does anyone know what happened to PUY-BEG and ZAG-BEG flights?

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  4. OT:
    JAT Airways - frequency increase from 2 to 3 weekly flights on Belgrade - Gerona route from 18 June (one flight on day 2 and two rotations on day 6).
    Nesma Airlines - starts new seasonal service on Hurghada - Belgrade route with 2 weekly flights starting 29 April.
    Air France flight number change (only on CDG-BEG route) from AF2636/2637 to AF1682/1683.

    Any news about USA flights? Or we are going to wait for winter11/12 season?:)

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  5. @ Ex Yu Aviation: Zagreb/Dubrovnik - Athens starts from April 21, not May 31 as you published. Please correct it.

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