Azur Air suspends Zagreb service


Russian carrier Azur Air has suspended scheduled operations between Moscow Vnukovo Airport and Zagreb after just three flights. The carrier operated its final service between the two cities on November 14. It plans to run two one-off flights on the route, on December 26 and January 2, after which no services are planned. The airline was to initially operate between the two capital cities once per week, each Sunday, with its Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Aeroflot continues to link Moscow and Zagreb.


  1. Anonymous21:52

    Demand seems to be getting softer from a few markets. KLM cancelled the second daily AMS-ZAG on Friday and Saturday.

    1. Anonymous22:15

      You might want to have a look what is happening in the world at the moment.

    2. Anonymous22:56

      No thanks


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