Croatia Airlines presents its winter network with two new routes

Croatia Airlines has finalized its network for the 2022/2023 winter season which starts on October 30 and ends on March 25 next year. The carrier will introduce two new routes, with limited operations from Split and Pula to Zurich. Both routes have so far been maintained on a seasonal summer basis. Over the coming winter, they will both run twice a week, every Wednesday and Saturday, with the Dash 8 turboprop aircraft. ‘next year. As a result, this winter, for the first time in years, Croatia Airlines will operate international flights from Pula, complementing its domestic operations to Zagreb and Zadar.

The Croatian carrier will maintain thirteen international destinations from its Zagreb hub. The airline will restore services from the Croatian capital to Dublin, which have been suspended for most of the summer season. It will last until the end of January. In addition, it will operate flights to Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, London Heathrow, Munich. Paris, Rome (via Split), Sarajevo, Skopje, Vienna and Zurich. Additionally, it will maintain domestic services to Dubrovnik, Pula, Split and Zadar. The carrier will operate the same number of destinations as in the previous winter season. Compared to pre-pandemic 2018/2019 and early winter 2019/2020, it will not serve Barcelona, ​​Lisbon and Mostar from its main hub.

Elsewhere in its network, Croatia Airlines will operate flights from Split to Frankfurt, Munich, Rome and Zagreb, in addition to its new Zurich service. Operations to Dubrovnik have been reduced to a single domestic route, unlike its pre-pandemic winters which also included flights to Frankfurt. From Osijek, the carrier will continue to maintain its services to Munich, which were launched earlier this year. Likewise, from Rijeka, the airline will offer flights to the Bavarian capital, while services from Zadar will be maintained to Pula and Zagreb. Overall, Croatia Airlines will operate more than 8,500 scheduled flights in the 2022/23 winter season with 890,000 tickets on sale, which represents a 29% increase compared to last year.

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