Neos plans Croatia charters

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Italian carrier Neos will operate several charter flights to Croatia this summer, including to both Zagreb and Split. The airline plans to run one charter flight from Reykjavik in Iceland to Zagreb, on May 9, as well as three charters from Iceland’s capital to Split on May 17, 24 and 27. Furthermore, Neos will run four charters between Tel Aviv and Zagreb on July 10, 17, 24 and 31. All flights will be operated by the airline’s Boeing 737 fleet.

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  1. Anonymous10:34

    Bravo Hrvatska!

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  2. Anonymous10:56

    Is this for croatian or icelandic tourists?

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    1. Anonymous11:59

      Croatian

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    2. Anonymous12:04

      ^ What is the point of lying? It is operated for Icelandic tour operator. Same reason PLAY starts scheduled flights to Split.

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    3. Anonymous13:28

      Everyone wants to visit beautiful Dalmatia! ❤️🇭🇷

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    4. Anonymous19:56

      Is it lie or is it direct flights?

      https://www.integral-zagreb.hr/hr/island-5-dana-avionom-svibanj-2024?gad_source=1&gclid=CjwKCAjwuJ2xBhA3EiwAMVjkVE331tPmeuddy-QiRj5tvaWk4wfK1YnTnvGKM5hiIjc7swFI7rq5ehoCs6AQAvD_BwE

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    5. Anonymous19:58

      more about lies?

      https://www.ideaputovanja.hr/hr/putovanja/island-flight-only-p2913

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    6. Anonymous22:12

      ✅️

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    7. Anonymous22:52

      Bravo Anon 19:56

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  3. Anonymous10:57

    Neos if I'm not mistaken is TUI?

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    1. Anonymous11:20

      It isnt today, though when it was started in the early 2000s it was a Joint Venture between TUI and Alpitour. TUI was kicked out of the company by 2008 i think

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    2. Anonymous11:22

      Thank you 😊

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    3. Anonymous13:23

      It's its own company. Flown with them from Milan a few times, pretty good

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  4. Anonymous11:05

    Let's improve the tourism product first, let's stop the construction on Croatia's gold coast. Why does every mutt have to be on shore? Why is there not an inch of land without a villa or hotel.

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    1. Anonymous11:10

      Well, this is one of the reasons why Croatia develops more cultural tourism than sea tourism. It's just that people are fed up, it's no coincidence that we also see more outbound tourist flights. Construction has reached its maximum.

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    2. Anonymous11:15

      You pick up the phone, book a hotel in Greece or Italy, and that's it. It's cheaper, it's green, and there's no construction on every corner. Why pay that money here when in Corfu I can get the same services for much less money?

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    3. Anonymous11:18

      Well, people know how to do tourism.
      11:20 Still, I don't see marine tourism disappearing. I agree about the constructions, but the figures for the tourists who arrived speak for themselves.

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    4. Anonymous11:19

      What Greece did is that it preserved its virgin nature, and we cut it down and concreted it.

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    5. Anonymous11:21

      That's right, I don't deny it.

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    6. Anonymous11:28

      In terms of quality I would say it is the same but it depends where you go in both Croatia and Greece. When it comes to prices, we can't deny that here in Croatia we are being eaten straight.

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    7. Anonymous11:29

      The Facebook guy with the bill last year😄😄😄👌

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    8. Anonymous12:55

      Croatia has become expensive as € was introduced, sadly unscrupulous individuals used transition to make rich fast, in Croatia there are many such characters. They bring bad name and reputation of the country, so country is becoming more expensive and less appetizing as a destination. I guess rapidly growing economy, country becoming rich and being part of the exclusive club of wealthiest nations doesn't help either, even when you're among the poorest and smallest among the club of wealthy.

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    9. Anonymous16:55

      Croatia also suffers from over-tourism, it is normal that after so many hotels have been built, there are also so many tourists. It's all about the money guys.

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    10. Anonymous16:58

      Well, if you wanted the euro, now you have a cheap sea.

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    11. Anonymous17:42

      We pick the fruits.

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  5. Anonymous17:41

    In recent months I have seen several charters with Trade Air from Zagreb. Is this together with Croatian tour operators?

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    1. Anonymous17:50

      It is mostly for croats traveling to Spain

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    2. Anonymous17:54

      Ok. So those flights that I saw were with tourists like in LJU. Thank you.

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