Emirates reduces planned Zagreb operations

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Emirates will reduce its planned seasonal operations between Dubai and Zagreb, once services are resumed on July 2. The carrier has updated its schedule which now displays four weekly flights on the route instead of daily operations. Services to Zagreb will be maintained with the carrier’s Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, which has the capacity to seat 354 passengers. Further changes remain possible.

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  1. Anonymous13:31

    Next stop: flydubai

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  2. Emirates did so to most of their routes, not just Zagreb.

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    1. That is covered on other forums...

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  3. Anonymous14:40

    Witin a week they downsized this route. I fear they might suspend it for summer 2020 and bring it back next year if the situation improves.

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  4. Anonymous14:43

    I don't think many understand how bad the situation is getting here and we are still not in the tourist season. So far revenue was halved compared to last year and the state will probably see a bigger drop in summer. Expect more cuts to come in the coming months as the government and businesses struggle.

    https://www.index.hr/vijesti/clanak/maric-u-prvoj-polovici-travnja-tek-trecina-lanjskih-prihoda/2175532.aspx

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    1. Anonymous16:01

      Problem is the government, they don't have a clear strategy. One day they want one measure then the other another.

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  5. There will be near to none international tourism this year. Even if boarders are opened, there will be that many restrictions (two week quarantine) that no one will bother.

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    1. Anonymous15:43

      I think biggest problem for us that is that most of our tourists come from the west. Greece has many from the Balkans so their season is always more or less safe.

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    2. Anonymous16:21

      lol at @anon 15.43. you tried few days ago too

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    3. Anonymous16:23

      Well Greece has also a lot of tourists form the "west"... At least those who spent a lot of money in the country come from there.

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    4. Anonymous17:05

      Stop with the nonsense of westerners spending more, according to tourism board of croatia serbian tourists in croatia spend more than germans in cro.. sick of this bullshit here if you dont belive me check it out for your self!

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    5. Anonymous17:40

      Lol no they don't. I doubt Serbs who are poorer spend more

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    6. Anonymous21:37

      Yes they do!

      To dokazuju i podaci o potrošnji na odmoru, prema kojima Srbi u Hrvatskoj u prosjeku troše 95,03 eura dnevno, što je više od prosjeka ovim istraživanjem obuhvaćenih dvadesetak tržišta, a koje iznosi 78,77 eura.

      Prema prošlogodišnjem istraživanju Hrvatske gospodarske komore, primjerice, Nijemci na Jadranu dnevno potroše 65 eura. Pod pretpostavkom da su Nijemci ostali na razini prošlogodišnje potrošnje, moglo bi se zaključiti: Srbi na Jadranu troše više od Nijemaca.

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    7. Anonymous21:43

      First was russians with 125 euro a day followed closely by brits, lowest was your beloved germans, austrians and netherlans...serbs is well over the average so please stop
      Thinking of eastern europeans as poor and trashy especially since you are one of us.

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