PHOTOS: Pristina - Zagreb flights resume after four years


Flights between Pristina and Zagreb were inaugurated yesterday following a four-year hiatus. The service is being operated on behalf of MyWings Aviation by Croatia Airlines and Trade Air. The Croatian national carrier will use its crew and equipment on the three weekly service until the start of the 2022 summer season in late March, after which Trade Air will take over. The President of the Board of MyWings Aviation, Gafur Aliu, said “We are very pleased that, as part of this joint project, we have provided a direct connection between Kosovo and Croatia and I believe that passengers will recognise the value of the new service on the market. Zagreb is the 18th destination that MyWings Aviation is operating from Pristina, and, in addition to codeshare cooperation with Croatia Airlines, we offer passengers a wide range of destinations at affordable prices. I especially thank the Croatian carriers Trade Air and Croatia Airlines for recognising the potential of the project, and special thanks goes to Oleg Butković, the Minister of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure and Ermina Lekaj-Prljaskaj, the Honourable Member of the Croatian Parliament, for wholeheartedly supporting this project. I believe that this new route will positively contribute to business and connectivity”. Croatia Airlines’ Sales Manager, Marija Pavić, pointed out, “We are happy to join the project in which we have provided Dash 8-Q400 aircraft with capacity suitable for traffic on this route in winter. At the same time, we offered our commercial platform, thus ensuring the sale of a certain number of airline tickets through our sales channels. In this context, commercial (codeshare) cooperation with Trade Air is an added value because, in addition to direct flights between Zagreb and Pristina, we offer passengers connecting flights to European destinations, and through them to destinations around the world”. The service between Pristina and Zagreb was last operated by Croatia Airlines in 2017. In the pre-pandemic 2019, a total of 4.663 passengers flew indirectly between the two cities.


  1. Anonymous16:31

    How much do tickets cost? Return fare?


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