Nordwind delays Zagreb launch


Russia’s Nordwind Airlines has postponed the launch of its new one weekly service between Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport and Zagreb. Flights were initially planned to commence last Friday but have now been pushed back until April 30. Once launched, services will be maintained by Nordwind’s partner Pegas Fly and its 110-seat Embraer E190 jet. Further details can be found here.


  1. Anonymous13:42

    I don't think these flights will happen in the end. Market from ZAG to Moscow was never that big.

  2. Anonymous13:50

    They should try LJU. SU is making a killing here, at least they did before covid.

  3. Anonymous13:56

    Unfortunate. I was really looking forward to them.


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