Condor to launch new Zadar service


German leisure carrier Condor will introduce a new seasonal two weekly service between Dusseldorf and Zadar. Flights will commence on June 7 and operate each Monday and Friday with the Airbus A320 aircraft. Zadar Airport anticipates strong growth this year with Ryanair launching eight new routes from the city. Furthermore, easyJet will introduce two new routes, while Iberia Express, Air Serbia, Transavia, Laudamotion, as well as Condor will all commence seasonal flights to Zadar this summer. A total of sixteen airlines will maintain 51 scheduled flights to 31 destinations in sixteen European countries. As a result, the airport expects to welcome an additional 100.000 passengers this year. This is despite a disappointing start to the year during which the airport handled 6.713 travellers over the first quarter, down 55.5%. Further flight details for Condor's new Zadar service can be found here.


  1. Anonymous14:01

    Spillover from overcrowded SPU?

  2. Anonymous14:31

    Bravo Hrvatska!

  3. Zadar is booming this year


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