26 Ryanair Zagreb Flights in May, Over 120,000 Seats Available

Daniela Rogulj

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Irish low-cost airline Ryanair has defined its flight schedule for May, in which it will offer more than 120,000 available seats to and from Zagreb International Airport, reports Croatian Aviation

Namely, Ryanair is celebrating its first anniversary since opening the base in Zagreb, and in May it will operate 26 regular international routes and offer more than 120,000 available seats to and from the Croatian capital. 

From Zagreb to:

London Stansted – 11,160

Milan Bergamo – 8,056

Brussels Charleroi – 7,920

Rome Fiumicino – 6,480

Basel – 5,040

Dublin – 5,040

Bratislava – 4,914

Karlsruhe / Baden-Baden – 4,914

Memmingen – 4,914

Gothenburg – 4,914

Frankfurt Hahn – 4,914

Malta – 4,816

Malmo – 4,680

Dusseldorf Weeze – 4,680

Paphos – 4,680

Brindisi – 3,240

Paris Beauvais – 3,240

Dortmund – 3,240

Eindhoven – 3,240

Manchester – 3,240

Naples – 3,240

Thessaloniki – 3,240

Sofia – 3,240

Podgorica – 3,240

Malaga – 2,880

Oslo Torp – 2,880.

A320 aircraft based at Zagreb Airport with a capacity of 180 seats have been announced on all routes. The only exceptions are the line to Bratislava, where B737-800 aircraft have been announced, and the route to Malta and Begam, where B737 MAX aircraft will also operate.

The largest number of seats is available to London, which is solely due to daily flights between Zagreb and this city, while the smallest number of seats is available to Malaga and Oslo, given that these routes operate twice a week.

Still unofficially, Ryanair and Zagreb Airport are working intensively on basing the fourth aircraft of this carrier in the Croatian capital, which would increase the number of routes but also increase the number of rotations on existing ones. It is likely that this will happen as early as this summer season.

Zagreb International Airport welcomed 196,280 passengers through Croatia’s main airport last month, or 152,549 more than in the same month last year. The result from March 2021 (as well as from 2020) is not comparable with the figures from the previous month, primarily because of the pandemic.

Nevertheless, with this good result, Zagreb is approaching the figures from the pre-crisis year of 2019, when 232,978 passengers were recorded in March.

For more, check out our travel section.


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