British Airways extends Zagreb suspension

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British Airways, which temporarily cancelled operations between London Heathrow and Zagreb last week until October 1, has extended its suspension until the start of the 2020/2021 winter season, on October 25. Once they resume, flights are expected to run four times per week with the Airbus A320 jet. British Airways suspended most of its operations to Croatia after the country was removed from the United Kingdom’s air corridor list, meaning all arrivals are obliged to self-isolate for a period of fourteen days. Last year, 141.296 passengers travelled between Heathrow and Zagreb across two carriers (British Airways and Croatia Airlines). Of those, 57% of were taking the flights either for leisure or to visit friends and family.

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  1. Anonymous13:50

    Ouch

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  2. Anonymous22:26

    ZAG is the only ex-yu capital linked with British Airways. Still a milestone....

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    1. Anonymous00:18

      LJU is linked with BA as well, just that flights are currently on hiatus.

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