Turkish to deploy A330 to Zagreb ahead of Easter

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Turkish Airlines will deploy its wide-body Airbus A330-300 jet to Zagreb this week in the lead-up to the Easter holidays. The carrier will utilise the 289-seat jet tomorrow morning and on its Friday evening service between Istanbul and the Croatian capital. The jet features 28 seats in business class and the remaining 261 in economy. 

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  1. Bravo Hrvatska!

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  2. The morning flight tomorrow is still scheduled for an A330!

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  3. It seems that tomorrow's widebody is because they will not operate evening flight for some reason.

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    1. Why not? Operational reasons because of the move?

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  4. Bravo Turska!

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  5. Only goes to show that there is a market for OU!! Both are Star Alliance and they could operate third daily even with Q400.

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    1. Could be, but also note that TK made some operational changes/cancellations these days + it is Easter, so this week demand is way above average. Not every week is necessarily like this one, so maybe not a prime sample to make so drastic conclusions.

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