Croatia Airlines Introduces Changes to Winter Flights from Zagreb

By 3 October 2017

Operations to Barcelona and Lisbon will continue until January.

Croatia Airlines is introducing various changes to its operations starting October 29, EX-YU Aviation reports on October 3, 2017.

The seasonal flights from Zagreb to Barcelona and Lisbon running twice a week will be extended until January 8, and then there will be no flights until the summer season starts in late March 2018.

The service to Copenhagen will be extended to seven per week, while the frequency of flights between Zagreb and Heathrow will be reduced to four per week, due to the fact that morning slots have recently been sold to Delta Air Lines. As we reported yeasterday, Monarch Airlines has ceased all operations, but there is no information on whether new flights will be introduced to replace Monarch's service to Gatwick and Manchester.

Other than that, the number of winter operations will be the same as during the previous winter, including six weekly flights to Pula and Zadar.

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