Emirates delays Zagreb resumption

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Emirates has delayed the resumption of its seasonal Dubai - Zagreb service by another month. The four weekly flights will now be reintroduced on September 1. Emirates has begun rebuilding its network with the carrier to serve 29 cities this month after the United Arab Emirates announced it was lifting a ban on transfer passengers through its airports. Entry into the country for non-UAE residents remains restricted. The company said they are working with UAE authorities “to take a measured and phased approach to flight resumption and rebuilding connections between Dubai and the world”.

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  1. Anonymous10:37

    Starting Zagreb in fall makes no sense, I fear they won't be back until spring 2021.

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    1. Anonymous11:13

      If they return at all

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  2. Anonymous10:44

    So they would operate for two months?

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  3. Anonymous10:46

    They should cut the crap.

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  4. Anonymous10:53

    ok count it discontinued

    what a desastrous season it will be.
    What is the annual number of non-European (Asian + American + Oceania) tourists?

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    1. Anonymous11:25

      US+Korea+China+Australia+Japan+Canada are 2 mln alone....

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    2. Anonymous11:27

      Asian tourists (especially from Korea) stay only 1.3 nights. the tourism of your country doesnt depend on them at all

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  5. Anonymous16:45

    Hej ZAG, take it easy. 2020 is lost for many many airports worldwide. even bigger ex-yu capitals are struggling with traffic. all will be good

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    1. Ok, I'll take it easy.

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  6. Anonymous07:45

    Weak sauce, they need to bring flights so that demand can form. Like this they are just delaying the ressurection of demand.

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  7. All will be alright.
    Do not panic

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