PHOTOS: Croatia Airlines launches new flights


Croatia Airlines launched four new seasonal routes out of Zagreb over the past few days. As previously reported, the airline has recorded solid bookings on its new services to Stockholm, Oslo, Bucharest and Helsinki. Commenting on the new route launches last week, Croatia Airlines' CEO, Krešimir Kučko, said, "Our four new routes this year have been introduced based on internal analysis and market research, which showed significant potential in the Scandinavian and Romanian markets". He added, "This is the second consecutive year in which Croatia Airlines will expand its network with four international routes. Last year, the company introduced direct flights from Zagreb to Lisbon, Milan, Prague and St. Petersburg, which will also be performed this summer. Thus, within a period of 365 days, our passengers have been offered as many as eight new international routes. This way, the company provides strong support to the development of Croatian tourism and the overall business sector".

Zagreb - Stockholm

Zagreb - Oslo

Zagreb - Bucharest


  1. Anonymous14:30

    Admin, thanks for the pics! Good luck with new destinations!

  2. Anonymous14:33

    Ne bi ja bas skroz do Svedcke u Dashu

    1. Anonymous14:38

      Misliš CRJ?

    2. Anonymous15:56

      Misliš u potpuno novom CRJ 1000 ? :)

    3. Anonymous18:27

      CRJ looks amazing!

  3. Anonymous15:23

    Bravo Hrvatska!

  4. Anonymous15:51

    Very good development and fingers crossed :)

  5. Anonymous17:18

    I guees Lisbon, Oslo and Stockholm will run year round. And maybe even Milan.

    1. Anonymous18:28

      Hope they will keep Bucharest as well!

    2. Anonymous01:14

      Could do if numbers are good, not sure about Bucharest, but the rest sure.

      I am hoping Aer Lingus starts flights to Zagreb soon. We need irish connection.

  6. Are the CRJ1000s wet or dry lease?

  7. Anonymous11:22

    Congratulations OU. Keep up the expansions


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