Croatia Airlines resuming seven routes


Croatia Airlines has announced it will resume a further seven routes by June 21 as it continues to rebuild its network following suspensions implemented due to the coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic. The carrier will reinstate services from Zagreb to Munich, Sarajevo, London Heathrow, Dublin, Rome (via Split), Brussels and Vienna during the week of June 15 and June 21. Operations to the Belgian capital will run four times per week, to Munich, Sarajevo, Dublin and Rome three times per week, while flights to Vienna will be maintained twice per week.

May 11 - June 21 operations (correct as of June 4)

Departing Zagreb

DestinationResumption date
Dubrovnik, SplitMay 11
AmsterdamMay 25
CopenhagenJune 1
ZurichJune 8
Pula, ZadarJune 8
Munich, Sarajevo, London, Rome, Brussels June 15
Dublin  June 16
Vienna June 18


  1. Anonymous10:52

    It seems that AMS and CPH are more important destinations for OU compared to FCO or VIE for example.

    1. Anonymous10:59

      Who will fly to Dublin, from this Friday quarantine is mandatory 14 days

    2. Irish tourists to warm south will make the most of passengers, with no Ryanair and Aer Lingus available at the moment, croatians stuck there who couldn't come back before, or those who spent corona time in Croatia and now going back to work to Ireland

  2. Anonymous11:33

    No Mostar?

  3. Anonymous16:36

    Surprised they've left out CDG.

  4. Any flights from London?

    1. Anonymous16:43

      Yes it says in the article.


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