Nordwind to increase Zagreb service


Russia’s Nordwind Airlines, which is set to introduce flights between Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport and Zagreb next Friday, will increase planned frequencies on the route from one to two per week. Starting May 10, the airline will introduce a Monday rotation, which will be operated by Nordwind’s Boeing 737 fleet, complementing the Friday service, which will be maintained by its partner Pegas Fly and its 110-seat Embraer E190 jet. The airline will compete against Aeroflot, which currently maintains a one weekly service, 


  1. Anonymous15:50

    Tough competition.

  2. Anonymous06:03

    Hrvati ne mogu u R bez vize i R ne mogu u EU bez vize...?


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