Croatia Airlines suspends Dublin, Barcelona service


Croatia Airlines has suspended operations to Dublin and pushed back the resumption of its flights to Barcelona due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Services between Zagreb and the Irish capital operated over the summer but saw a number of cancellations in September and have now been shelved until April 1, 2021. The seasonal service usually runs between April and January of the following year. Seasonal services to Barcelona, which operate between March and January of the following year, will not be restored in 2020 despite plans to do so this September. They are now planned to resume on March 28, 2021.


  1. Anonymous12:14

    OU better keep a closer eye on BCN. VY will be increasing BCN-ZAG to 3 weekly in the peak season and will be running a service from March to October.

    1. Anonymous08:38

      True.. They really don't know what they are doing, Vueling will hopefully back soon...

  2. Anonymous19:54

    Bad news for ZAG

  3. Anonymous20:26

    Regardless of Corona situation, I think CA should be terminated or sold completely. They are not an airline who knows how to compete on any market. If it wasn't for taxpayers money they wouldn't exist at all. It's funny because taxpayers aka customers were never their priority.

  4. Anonymous14:02

    Has the Dublin service resumed or...? Since today there was a Normal flight from ZAG to DUB and DUB to ZAG (OU512 & OU513) as there was previously.


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