Air Canada to start Croatia domestic codeshare


Air Canada will add its designator code and flights numbers onto several of Croatia Airlines' domestic flights this summer season. It comes in the run-up to its subsidiary, Air Canada Rouge, launching nonstop services from Toronto to the Croatian capital this June. The Canadian carrier will begin codesharing on Croatia Airlines' flights from Zagreb to Dubrovnik, Split and Zadar, as well as between Pula and Zadar. The two Star Alliance member airlines already have a wide-ranging codeshare agreement in place. Air Canada has its flight numbers on services from Zagreb to Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, London Heathrow, Paris and Zurich operated by Croatia Airlines, as well as from Dubrovnik to Paris and Rome and from Split to London, Paris, Rome and Zurich. In return, Croatia Airlines codeshares on Air Canada's services from Toronto to Amsterdam, Copenhagen, London, Paris and Zurich, from Montreal to Brussels, London and Paris, as well as from Calgary, Halifax and Vancouver to London.


  1. Anonymous11:00

    Great! So ZAD/PUY/SPU/DBV will become 1 stop in ZAG to Toronto.

  2. Anonymous11:16

    Bravo, Croatia!

  3. Alen Šćuric Purger09:51

    There should be code-share to SJJ and SKP also


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