Croatia Airlines expands Air Canada codeshare


Croatia Airlines will place its designator code and flight numbers onto Air Canada’s service between Frankfurt and Vancouver starting May 1. The Canadian national carrier maintains the route five times per week with the Boeing 777-300 jet. The two Star Alliance member airlines already have a wide-ranging codeshare agreement in place. Croatia Airlines has its codes on Air Canada flights from Toronto to Amsterdam, Copenhagen, London, Paris and Zurich, from Montreal to Brussels, London and Paris, as well as from Calgary, Halifax and Vancouver to London. In return Air Canada codeshares on its Croatian counterparts’ operations from Zagreb to Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, London Heathrow, Paris and Zurich, from Dubrovnik to Paris and Rome and from Split to London, Paris, Rome and Zurich. It also has its codes on Croatia Airlines’ domestic flights.


  1. Anonymous13:43

    Bravo Hrvatska!

    1. Anonymous15:02

      Exactly on what?!
      Please enlighten us!

    2. Anonymous15:08

      For more codeshares = more passengers

    3. For being pathetic feeder instead operating own flights on overseas markets with several companies competing to Croatian (US/Canada/Far East). For contributing to other airports numbers instead creating hub in ZAG. For doing all these because of particular interests of corrupted individuals. I confirm, hundred times Bravo!!!

  2. Anonymous06:32

    This is not good news for OU at all.


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