Qatar Airways to deploy A330 to Zagreb in October

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Qatar Airways has scheduled a widebody Airbus A330-200 aircraft on its Zagreb service during the second week of October. The carrier will deploy the 260-seat jet on its second morning service from Doha to the Croatian capital on October 8 and 13, as a one-off. Overall, Qatar Airways maintains double daily flights to Zagreb during the summer season with a mix of Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft. The carrier is currently utilising the wide-body jet on flights to Sarajevo until the end of August.

Qatar Airways A330-200 economy class cabin

Qatar Airways A330-200 business class cabin

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  1. This is shaping up to be a record breaking winter for ZAG!!

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    1. It's two flights altogether, operated during the summer season.

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    2. Yeah but it shows that there is an upward trend and I am sure A330/B77W will be a regular next summer.

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    3. well we understand your irony. But organic growth is good.

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    4. Not really as most flights this summer were operated by A320s while last summer one flight was always operated by A321. The fact that it is only 2 flights in such short proximity means it is being sent either because of cargo or because of a group. For example this also happened in Belgrade where they sent an A330 because the Serbian football team was on the flight and they needed greater cargo space.
      https://www.exyuaviation.com/2017/10/qatar-airways-to-deploy-a330-to-belgrade.html

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    5. My comment above was in response to @anon 10.52

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    6. Two flight does not mean anything, but it is good that we will se bigger bird in ZAG from QR.

      So on OCT 8th we will have 3 wbs at the same time in ZAG, Emirates with B777-300, Korean with B787-900 and Qatar with A330-200. That would be a nice picture! :)

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    7. It's B787-9, not B787-900.

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  2. Prestige at its best. Bravo Zagreb!

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    1. Two flights are prestige? So sad.

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