Croatia Airlines extends interim network


Croatia Airlines has extended its temporary flights scheduled until at least May 24 as a result of the coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic. The carrier will continue to operate two daily flights from Zagreb to both Dubrovnik and Split, as a well as a one daily service between Zagreb and Frankfurt. The carrier's CEO, Jasmin Bajić, said on Monday, “In the coming days, we will follow the advice of health authorities and will adjust our operations accordingly. We are preparing several scenarios for the wider resumption of air traffic, and I’m hopeful that we will be able to announce some new destinations very soon”.


  1. Anonymous14:20

    Good news. May 24 is in 10 days and this way they can react fast to all events.

  2. Croatia Airlines će od 25.5. krenuti sa svakodnevnim letovima za Amsterdam (povratna karta 285 EUR) i Paris (povratna karta 240 EUR), što znači da će kompanija imati 7 dnevnih letova za 5 destinacija iz Zagreba.

    Od 1.6. Croatia će objaviti dodatne linije.

  3. Anonymous08:22

    That's too much, hopefully Transavia returns to LJU soon so that we can have cheaper alterantives.


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