Croatia Airlines schedules Dublin flights

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Croatia Airlines has scheduled its new seasonal summer service between Zagreb and Dublin, in line with plans reported yesterday. The carrier will maintain two weekly flights between the Croatian and Irish capitals, each Thursday and Sunday, starting May 3, with its Airbus A319 aircraft. The airline has also confirmed it will wet-lease two Bombardier CRJ1000 jets over the summer for a second year in a row. Further flight details for the new Dublin service can be found here.

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  1. Seasonal again.It is good that they are expanding but they could try some year round flights.

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  2. €191 with only hand luggage. Hm..

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    1. Does someone know the reason why only FlyEasy tickets are available?

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    2. It is new trend in the industry to reduce service, while keeping up prices. See recent fare change at JU...

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    3. With Croats having better standard than other Ex-yu countries (besides Slovenia)...

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  3. They are trying seasonal because they don't know how much demand there will be. I think it will be a successful route unless EI doesn't show up soon and launch flights too...

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  4. I thought some of the routes they started few years back became year round??

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    1. No, not a single one. The only thing they have done is extend Barcelona and Lisbon until January instead of November.

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  5. How smart is it to lease again CRJ1000's ? Do they want it to become a permanent procedure? I imagine it to be quite expensive for OU...

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    1. certainly less expensive than having the aircraft sit on the tarmac for the 6 months. Seasonal ops require seasonal solutions.

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    2. what about giving own aircraft for wet lease during winter like JP does ?

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    3. To who? Half of European airlines are trying to wetleaste their airplanes during winter and most of them are unsuccessful at it.

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  6. ZAG-DUB-ZAG 189€ by OU. TXL-SIN-TXL 174€ by Scoot.

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    1. What would you like to say with that? To compare a flagcarrier with a locwost carrier?

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