Korean Air boosts Zagreb service


Korean Air will add an additional weekly flight, for a total of four, on its service between Seoul and Zagreb for a one-month period between August 30 and September 20. Tickets for the additional flights have been put on sale. Korean Air recently told EX-YU Aviation News, “Since the launch of the route between Seoul and Zagreb, it has been performing with a high load factor. There has been growth this summer season, mainly on demand originating from Korea”. As previously reported, due to increased demand, Korean Air will boost capacity on the Zagreb route from September 17. The carrier will maintain the remaining three weekly flights with the 269-seat Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner jet instead of the current 218-seat Airbus A330-200 aircraft.


  1. Anonymous14:02

    This is just the beginning, there is more to come!

    1. Anonymous09:13

      This is annoying. Either say something, or be quiet. We've been listening to the same stay tuned mantra for years now.

  2. Anonymous15:32

    Bravo, ZAG! Obviously the flights are doing well during summer months!

  3. Anonymous16:04

    Bravo Hrvatska!

  4. Saw today Korean police officers in Dubrovnik patrolling alongside with the Croatian police in Stradun.


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