Croatia Airlines schedules two more summer routes

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Croatia Airlines has scheduled two more routes set to commence operations this year, which were announced back in November 2022. The carrier will launch a two weekly rotation between Split and Skopje, which will commence on May 12 and run until October 14. Furthermore, the carrier will inaugurate a one weekly service between Split and Oslo, which will operate between May 14 and October 15. Tickets are due to go on sale in the coming days. Last month, the Croatian carrier scheduled a new one weekly service between Brač and Munich for the summer. The airline is yet to set its timetable for the announced Dubrovnik - Prague service. Croatia Airlines faces no competition on the Split - Skopje flights but will compete against SAS Scandinavian Airlines and Norwegian Air Shuttle on the Oslo service.

RouteLaunch date
Split - Skopje12.05.2023
Split - Oslo14.05.2023
Brač - Munich27.05.2023
Dubrovnik - PragueTBA
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  1. Anonymous10:31

    Bravo Hrvatska!

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    1. Hahahaha Hahahahahahahaha

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    2. Anonymous12:13

      Naprijed Hrvatska

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    3. Anonymous22:07

      A sta tebe muci prijatelju??

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    4. Anonymous22:08

      Ocito imas neke traume pa mi nije jasno

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  2. Anonymous10:34

    One weekly flight to Oslo is a joke

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  3. Anonymous10:37

    This makes a lot of sense.

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    1. Of course. This will reduce unnecessary administrative workforce, increase productivity, strenghten their already strong hub, enable transfer traffic, reduce seasonality, change their pathetic feeder role, eliminate crime, erase corruption, prove they are soooo well managed and without any political influence, and so on and so forth

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    2. Anonymous19:47

      Bravo OU, Bravo Hrvatska!

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    3. Anonymous19:56

      By the amount of Bravos you would think they had launched flights to New York and Sydney. Instead we are talking about a total of 4 weekly new seasonal flights to Skopje, Oslo and Munich in total.

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    4. New York and Sydney are peanuts. This amount of Bravos is as they had launched intergalactic services, Jupiter and Venus for example. But there is a saying : Before listening what is said, listen to who is saying 😃

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  4. Anonymous10:40

    You announce flights in November and at the end of January you still don't have most of them on sale. What's the logic?

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  5. Anonymous10:55

    I believe starting one weekly flight makes no sense, try at least two. There are developments with OU, so I give them some credit.

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    1. Anonymous10:58

      Why do so many people think one pw leisure routes are non-logical despite every European legacy airline operates them?

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    2. It's not about few one per week flight. It's about the entire system which is non-logical, not taking opportunity of croatian potentials, it's about lack of strategy and their market share of 15 %. Neither one per week seasonally on few services nor any new aircraft can change it. Unfortunatelly.

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    3. Anonymous11:36

      No one talks about entire system. We talk about logic of one pet week routes.

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    4. Well, your logic is obviously weak if you are not aware that every single flight, one per week or five per day, is a part of the system. If you don't have system, you have nothing. And they don't have the system. Don't have strategy. Once per week flights during four peak months will probably even earn some money and provide some connectivity, so yes, from that point of view they are logical, but if entire system is useless and loss making, these few flight can't change it and that's why they are not logical

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    5. Anonymous19:17

      I don't talk about OU. I talk about airlines in general.

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  6. notLufthansa10:58

    https://youtu.be/Os85mWNL1i8

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  7. Anonymous11:29

    Croatia keeps winning!!!

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    1. From your, overly nationalistic point of view. From my point of few, within industry, and in my opinion, much closer to real life situation, Croatia with its corrupt and failed flag carrier missed all opportunities and wasted all of potentials of becoming hub for southeastern Europe. If you call it winning, and if not sarcastic, which is another possibility, lucky you and your pink glasses

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    2. Anonymous12:43

      Croatia being a top summer destination, this schedule with a couple of new routes and lame frequencies is pathetic and cringeworthy …

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  8. Anonymous11:30

    why not DUS - ZAG ???

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    1. Because it's the one where you can make money and as such is reserved for the Cartel

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    2. Anonymous11:47

      Yawn, boring...

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    3. Anonymous11:48

      ^ OU's new one weekly summer only flights are not much more exciting.

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    4. Anonymous11:48

      @pozdrav

      We all know, that Croatia Airlines ist not the best company in the word.. and we all know, that you have a problem with it... but please.. can you stop posting comments like this.. it sucks.. thanks!

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    5. Plus, isn't it nicer to fly to FRA and then take Cartel train to DUS. What a scenery along the Rhine river - castles, wineyards...You see how happy actually you are to enjoy such benefits only oferred by OU

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    6. And I apologize if my 11.52 post suck as well 😃

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  9. Anonymous12:00

    Is there any market or demand for SKP-SPU and were there any flights at all in the past?

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    1. JAT 4 weekly LJU-SPU-SKP, B727/DC-9. There was also OU, few years ago, SPU-SKP once weekly on Q400, of course

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    2. Anonymous12:46

      The flights a few years ago operated for a total of 2 weeks (2 flights in total) before they were suspended.

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    3. Even better 😃 As real patriots, not haters like me, already explained in the former posts : Bravo Hrvatska! Naprijed Hrvatska! LOL!

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  10. Anonymous12:26

    How does a flight leaving skopje at 10 pm and arriving to split at 11, flying back to skopje the next day at 5 AM make sense? It’s probably the plane from ZAG which will have to leave more early in the evening, probably affecting some connections from flights that arrive to ZAG later at night, and then when it flies back it will fly later since its going from split, which will then result in missing the early morning departures OU has from ZAG. For anyone saying this is effective planning and management please start using your brains.

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    1. Anonymous12:45

      How does SKP-SPU make sense at all...

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    2. Anonymous12:46

      And as a tourist from SKP you're also losing two days

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    3. Anonymous12:58

      It looks like this is scheduled for Split people to visit Skopje :)

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    4. Anonymous13:45

      Anon 12:45 + 1000
      There are so many potential routes outta SPU such as SKG that makes much more sense.

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    5. Com'n guys, it's OU, what else did you expect! Three only reasons of their existence, as I said multiple times : 1.feeding Cartel 2. financial and other benefits for selected individuals tied to high politics, 3. Uhljeb sanctuary. All you discuss about is just a consequence

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    6. Anonymous15:18

      Pozdrav bro, you are absolutely right but OU is ordering A220s but launching SKP-SPU sounds so desperate LOL
      ZAG is now an Schengen and Eurozone capital and must focus on connections to real European destinations. What about important markets such as UK? What about Spain?
      Also this blog has shown many times that SKP is a mainly gasto airport. The locals, compared to BEG or ZAG, for instance have a very low purchasing power. The only explanation is of course the sweet subsidies offered my the NMK govt.

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    7. Anonymous16:41

      There are enough people in MK who can afford a vacation in Croatia. So I don't see the problem. Even Montenegro had last year 27k Macedonian tourists so Croatia had probably more so there should be enough demand.

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    8. Anonymous17:21

      Should is the key word you said. Maybe there are people in NMK who can afford a vacation in SPU but the question is are there enough for a 2 weekly seasonal service? We will see. Also wonder how many Croatians will do SPU-SKP.

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  11. Anonymous15:19

    A shame that no direct line exists between Zagreb and Berlin, 2 capitals, not even in summer😶

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    1. Both Easyjet and Eurowings operate seasonally RJK to BER, or in Ryanair terminology Zagreb West to Berlin

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