Croatia Airlines upgrades Dublin service

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Croatia Airlines will increase frequencies and turn its seasonal service between Zagreb and Dublin into a year-round operation. The route, which launched over the summer months in 2018, will resume on April 9 with three weekly flights. According to the "Avioradar" portal, services will continue into the 2019/2020 winter season twice per week. Operations will be maintained with the 144-seat Airbus A319 aircraft.

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  1. Anonymous07:45

    Finally! First positive news for ZAG for 2019! I hope more is to come. Any upgrades for summer 2019?

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    1. Anonymous06:16

      Air Transat increases Toronto from 2pw to 3pw

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  2. Anonymous08:32

    Kvalitetan avio-prevoz omogucen iz Croatia-Airlines,ali ipak popunjenost putnicke kabine aviona je na margini od 81%.

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    1. Anonymous09:12

      a?

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    2. Anonymous09:42

      81% load factor would be great but I am afraid no exyu airline comes even close to that.

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    3. Anonymous09:57

      The guy that writes these types of comments (about comfortable planes for various ex-Yu airlines) always adds some false data.

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    4. Anonymous10:22

      @Anonymous 09:57
      Truth be told every ExYu airline has more comfortable seats than BA! :D

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  3. Anonymous09:11

    Napokon! Nadam se da će razmotriti i neke druge rute, prvenstveno za Skandinaviju!

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  4. Anonymous09:22

    Bravo Hrvatska!

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    1. Anonymous10:16

      Bravo indeed, so many people permanently moving out to Ireland...

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    2. Anonymous10:17

      Bravo Europa!

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  5. Cool DC-3 in the hanger!

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    1. Anonymous10:43

      It's a screen with the DC-3 image projected on it :D

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    2. Are you sure? I always thought DC-3 was three times bigger than an A319 :)

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  6. Anonymous13:17

    to je dobro

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