The 2012/2013 winter season begins on October 28, 2012 and will last until March 31, 2013. Croatia Airlines will be increasing frequencies to several destinations but cutting down on others, mostly within the EX-YU region.
The Croatian national carrier will be adding a flight or two from Zagreb to Brussels, Copenhagen and Frankfurt when compared to last winter season. A notable increase in operations will be seen on flights to Istanbul, which have been upped by three and become a daily service. The airline will be launching two weekly flights from Dubrovnik to Zurich from February 4, 2013. From Split the carrier will boost its Germany bound flights.
Croatia Airlines has finalised its decision not to operate flights from Osijek this winter and lease a small regional jet for that purpose. Notably, the carrier will be cutting down on frequencies towards former Yugoslav cities such as Priština, Sarajevo and Skopje. Furthermore, the airline will cut down on its flights to Rome and operate only a one weekly service to London Gatwick Airport (although it maintains nine weekly flights to Heathrow).
By clicking on the links below, you can view the 2012/2013 winter season changes for Croatia Airlines and all the other national carriers of the former Yugoslavia in more detail.