Croatia Airlines to restore Sarajevo, Vienna flights

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Croatia Airlines plans to resume operations from Zagreb to both Sarajevo and Vienna in the coming weeks. Both routes were terminated on a temporary basis following the Christmas and New Year holidays. Flights to Sarajevo will be restored on February 28, while Vienna will follow on March 3. Services to Bosnia and Herzegovina’s capital will run twice per week, each Thursday and Sunday, while flights to Vienna will operate once per week, each Wednesday. Both will be maintained with the Dash 8 turboprop aircraft.

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  1. Anonymous10:37

    Ambitious.

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    1. Anonymous10:41

      LOOL

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    2. Anonymous11:41

      I´d call it reality. You do realise demand is -90%.

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  2. Anonymous10:37

    That's a good news!

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  3. Anonymous10:51

    The dash has proven its worth in this era, and there's plenty of cheap ones out there now for OU to grow the fleet when the recovery slowly begins. Just a thought.

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    1. Anonymous10:59

      That should not be a problem given all the subsidies they received.

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    2. Anonymous11:31

      On top of the PSO

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  4. Zz is loosing monopoly 😅 well don OU

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  5. Anonymous12:00

    Anyone know how much money they have left from state aid? With no market in spring makes you wonder if they will make enough in summer.

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    1. Anonymous10:25

      The state aid was to cover 2020 losses. They will require further recapitalisation in 2021. For that matter Lufthansa group will need further state aid also.

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