Brussels Airlines to restore Zagreb service


Brussels Airlines plans to restore its seasonal operations between the Belgian capital and Zagreb next summer season after initially terminating the route due to the coronavirus pandemic. The airline now plans to return to the Croatian capital with six weekly flights (each day except Saturday), starting March 28. It has scheduled a total of 155 flights over the summer which will be operated by the Airbus A319 aircraft. The airline has not scheduled the resumption of flights to Zadar, which were also terminated this year.


  1. Anonymous10:37

    Hey, it's ZAG positive news day today :) Bravo, Hrvatska!

  2. Anonymous13:43

    Nice and expected, as flights were full all of the time.

  3. Anonymous18:05

    Bravo Hrvatska!

  4. Anonymous10:55

    BNX is really going to suffer.


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