Nordwind to launch Zagreb service

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Russian carrier Nordwind Airlines will commence flights from Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport to Zagreb starting next Friday. Services will operate once per week through Nordwind’s partner carrier Pegas Fly. At this point, Aeroflot plans to resume operations to the Croatian capital this Thursday, with one weekly service. It will mark the restoration of flights between the two cities for the first time in over a year. Nordwind will utilise its partner’s 110-seat Embraer E190 jet on the route. Tickets have been put on sale. Further flight details can be found here.

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  1. Anonymous10:38

    Good luck. You'll need it.

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  2. 142 EUR return ticket without luggage. Not bad at all.

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    1. Anonymous20:54

      ... and a reasonable schedule too ...

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  3. Anonymous10:53

    Can Russians even enter the EU?

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  4. Anonymous11:22

    Looks from the picture like they already prepared a gate dedicated to flights to Croatia ;)

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  5. Anonymous20:18

    What a beautiful livery !
    Absolutely stunning .

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  6. Anonymous15:15

    A small correction: Aeroflot is resuming flights to Zagreb from March 11.

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