Croatia Airlines resuming Skopje and Athens service


Croatia Airlines has announced the resumption of flights from Zagreb to both Skopje and Athens, as well as more extensive international operations from Dubrovnik. The Croatian carrier will return to Skopje on July 13 with two weekly flights, increasing to four weekly the following week. All services will be maintained by the Airbus A319 aircraft. Croatia Airlines will restore three weekly operations to Athens via Dubrovnik on July 14 with its Q400 turboprop aircraft.

In addition to the service resumptions from Dubrovnik announced last week, the Croatian national airline will also restore operations to Rome, Munich and Paris. Services to the Italian capital are scheduled to run three times per week starting July 18 with the Q400, which will be followed by a three weekly service to Munich from July 24 with the A319 jet. Flights between Dubrovnik and Paris will be restored on July 30 with the A319 aircraft.

May 11 - July 30 operations (correct as of July 03)

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
ParisJuly 03
BračJuly 07
SkopjeJuly 13
AthensJuly 14

Departing Split

DestinationResumption date
RomeJune 15
FrankfurtJune 24
Munich. ZurichJune 26
Dusseldorf, BerlinJune 27
OsijekJuly 03
Vienna, Lyon, Paris, Copenhagen, LondonJuly 11

Departing Dubrovnik

DestinationResumption date
FrankfurtJune 29
OsijekJuly 09
Dusseldorf, ZurichJuly 12
AthensJuly 14
RomeJuly 18
MunichJuly 24
ParisJuly 30


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